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Pumpkin Pack: Language Activities

This was made to go with the books: How Big Could Your Pumpkin Grow? and How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin? (Mr. Tiffin's Classroom Series).

Please print off as many or as few as you would like as many times as you would like. If you find any errors or typos please let me know. Download is below.

Related tags: ABC Printables, Blends, Digraphs & Trigraphs, Cursive, CVC Word Family Printables, Themed Printable Packs, First Grade, Kindergarten, Second Grade, Third Grade, Pumpkin

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Pumpkin Pack: Language Activities

Pumpkin Pack: Language Activities contains 61 pages:
(part 1) Fill in the Missing Words, Describe the pumpkin words, Acrostic Poems, Making Words, Color the Word Family Pumpkins, Color the Short Vowel Words, Write the Contraction, Color the Vowel , Blends Matching, Write About the Life Cycle of a Pumpkin, Pumpkin ABC Matching, Pumpkin Cursive ABC Matching, P & J Cursive Tracing, Pumpkin Cursive Writing Sentences, Pumpkin Words, Pumpkin Color by Letter, Color by Word Family, Dot the ABC Uppercase and Lowercase, Dot the Cursive ABC Uppercase and Lowercase, (part 2) Small Book with Pumpkin Life cycle, Small Book with Pumpkin Life Cycle with sentences, Make Rhyming Words, Letter Tile Pumpkin Words, CVC Word Family Sorting, Writing Words with same Beginning Sound, Writing Words with same Blend, Pocket Chart Sentences, Pumpkin Word Path, Follow the Pumpkin Picture Maze, Compare the Pumpkins, Cursive ABC Tracing

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