LETTERFORMS PRACTICE – NOT THE FINAL PROJECT
P-L-A-I-N-F-I-E-L-D

Rules for the Internet Scavenger Hunt:
1. School appropr...
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Letterforms Practice Exercises (Example)

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Letterforms Practice Exercises (Example)

  1. 1. LETTERFORMS PRACTICE – NOT THE FINAL PROJECT P-L-A-I-N-F-I-E-L-D Rules for the Internet Scavenger Hunt: 1. School appropriate words only 2. 6 – 14 letters in length 3. Must be a photograph: no graphics, computer generated images, paintings or drawings 4. No duplicates (if you have the same letter you must use a different photo) 5. Each letter should correspond to the word in some way My example above shows things found in Plainfield (buildings, street lights, corn) etc.

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