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On this vocabulary wall, 2nd grade teacher Macey Fleming collects words from the texts that students have read throughout the unit--words that students can use in their writing.
The vocabulary wall shows words in a 2nd grade classroom collected from the texts that students have read throughout the unit. Students can use the words in their writing.
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