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Fourth of July
Grade Level(s): 1-2, 3-5, 6-8
Submitted by: Michele, Special Ed.

I got a cheap red and white paper table cloth for the background, and used blue paper plates to write out the word CELEBRATE (1 letter to 1 plate) I then had the kids give 1 word that made them think of the 4th of July. BBQ's picnics parades fireworks etc. I set up a picnic table on my bulletin board. Added paper cups and used big red white and blue ribbons on the corners. It was cute.



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