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March 09, 2010

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Michelle Breum

You have great advice here! I plan to try some highlighting with students I tutor. Visual learners also may benefit from using magnetic letters. Letters and letter combinations can be separated for a visual learner to match letters to the sounds they represent.

H Miracle Review

The post is very intellectually written, with lots of valuable information.

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