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abcteach.com

Name: abcteach.com Brief Description of the Site: Sandy Kemsley's abcteach.com offers many theme related materials for elementary school teachers and children. Teachers looking for Theme Units will find what they need here as well as reading, writing, math, research, book reports, coloring pages, and more. How
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Sandy Kemsley's abcteach.com offers many theme related materials for elementary school teachers and children. Teachers looking for Theme Units will find what they need here as well as reading, writing, math, research, book reports, coloring pages, and more.

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Sandy Kemsley, a retired elementary teacher, who taught twenty-four years in Waterford, Michigan continues to teach and share in a new way using the Internet. The site presents information for students, teachers, and parents. Sandy Kemsley will even design pages and units for teachers and students by request. Elementary teachers should visit this site. There is nothing like it on the Internet, and it's free!

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