Penny the Pig Plays with the Letter P
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Students practice recognizing the letter Pp in writing. They work with the Alphabet Chart, alphabet magnets and the chart with "Penny the pig puts on her pretty pink shoes," on it as well as an ABC coloring page with Dr. Seuss' ABC's on it.
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