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From: Ron Pruitt <shadowwolf67@hotmail.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2004011117:34:53
Subject: Steping back to childs play

Megnetic alphabet and numbers on a board. the blind person can fill
the formula and the teacher can see the work. the main drawback is the
number of megnets used. i just started using 3/4" raised tiles with a
cheep $4.00 dry erase+megnet board. the tiles i found from Office
depot. Quartet magnetic lett/number set 3/4" Item #983502
i used the 3/4 but if someone can find smaller please let me know.
the 3/4 were used for older persons not whanting to pack the childrens
1 1/2" rainbow colored plastic alphabet. And thay look better in a
colage setting.

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