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We often hear and teach children sing, “Old McDonald had a farm, e-i-ei-o,” aloud in class or at home.

But more than the famous nursery rhyme, farm life and being a farmer can be quite adventurous and interesting. They plant rice, fruits, and vegetables, raise animals and feed them, and there’s a lot to learn from the producers of our society. Self-sufficiency, caring about other life forms, food production, and living a modest life, farmers are great teachers of life, too.

It’s great to let the kids learn the farm life at an early age to appreciate the efforts of our farmers, so I prepared a set of **Free Farm Coloring Pages For Kids** so they can experience coloring and personalizing their own barns and farms.

This packet includes familiar farm elements like barns, tractors, houses, windmills, animals like cows, pigs, chickens, and ducks, trees, plants, and fields, which will surely excite them. The lines are clearly drawn, and the details will help the children personalize the colors better regardless of the type of coloring material they will use.

So even if the children cannot go out and visit some farms now, at least they can get creative and experience a glimpse of it through these coloring pages.

Let the kids have their personalized farms and download these **FREE Farm Coloring Pages For Kids** below! Feel free to save and share this on Pinterest for future use!

- 3 coloring pages

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]]>**• Valentine’s Day Color By Number, Addition and Subtraction (1 to 10) **– Use the code below to color the picture.

**• Valentine’s Day Counting (1 to 20) and Make an AAB Pattern **– Count from 1 to 20 and write the missing numbers on the letters.

**• Valentine’s Day Skip Counting by 2’s** – Skip count by 2’s and write the missing numbers on each present.

**• Valentine’s Day Skip Counting by 5’s – **Count from 1 to 20 and write the missing numbers on the letters.

**• Valentine’s Day Skip Counting by 10’s – **Skip count by 10’s and write the missing numbers on each chocolate box.

**• Odd Or Even Coloring**

**• Valentine’s Day Counting – **Count the objects in each box. Color the matching number.

**• Valentine’s Day Make a Pattern AB, ABB, AAB, ABC, Make your Own**

**• Valentine’s Day Graphing**

**• Valentine’s Day Graph and Tally**

**• Before and After Numbers (from 2 to 15)**

**• Before and After Numbers (from 16 to 30)**

**• What Comes Between**

**• Valentine’s Day Bonds**

**• Valentine’s Day Subtraction**

**• Valentine’s Day Addition – **Solve the problems and write the results. Color the odd results red and the even results pink.

**• Valentine’s Day Subtraction – Cut and Paste – **Count the dots on the dice. Solve the problems and cut and paste the result.

**• Valentine’s Day Addition – **Count the items in each box and solve the problem.

**• 2D Shapes Fun – **Look at the 2D shape and write its’ name below it.

**• Valentine’s Day Telling Time – **Look at the clocks. Color the matching time on the digital clock.

**• Valentine’s Day Number-Word Match (1-10) **– Count the dots on the domino. Cut and paste the number words below to match them with the numbers on the gifts.

**• Valentine’s Day Number-Word Match (11-20) – **Draw a line from the number on the hearts to its’ matching number word.

**• Valentine’s Day Number-Word Match (11-20) – Base Ten Blocks – **Draw a line from the number on the gifts to its’ matching base ten blocks.

**• Valentine’s Day Number Match – Base Ten Blocks – **Count the tens and ones. Color the matching number.

**• Missing Addends**

**• Valentine’s Day Counting – **Color the pictures to match the number.

**• Let’s Make 10 – **Complete the ten frames to make 10. Finish the number sentence.

**• Valentine’s Day More or Less**

**• Valentine’s Day Number Match – **Count the dots on the ten frames. Write the number on the box.

**• Valentine’s Day Ten Frames – **Fill in the ten frames to match with the numbers on the flowers.

**• Adding Ten Frames**

**• Subtracting Ten Frames**

**• Valentine’s Day Light or Heavy – **Look at the pictures in each box. Color the object that is heavier.

**• Answer Key**

**LITERACY WORKSHEETS INCLUDED:**

**• Valentine’s Day Vocabulary – Color the Words **Color each picture with the color that is below it.

**• Valentine’s Day – Color By Sight Word**

**• Valentine’s Day – Color By Word Family -us, -op, -ap, -et, -it, -ag**

**• Valentine’s Day Vocabulary **Look at the picture. Draw a line to match the picture on the left with its’ name on the right.

**• Rhyming Words 1 – **Look at the present on each row. Color the pictures that rhyme on the line.

**• Rhyming Words 2 – **Look at the picture. Cut and glue the matching rhyming word below the picture.

**• Beginning L Blends – **Look at the beginning L blend on the cupcakes. Cut and paste the picture that has the same beginning blend.

**• Beginning R Blends** – Read the blend on the sign. Color the pictures that have the same beginning blend.

**• Beginning S Blends – **Look at the pictures. Color the S blend of each word

**• Word Families – Find and Color – **Look at the first picture on each row. Color the hearts that have the same word family on the line.

**• Long and Short Vowel – Long o or Short o – **Cut and paste the pictures in the correct box.

**• Long and Short Vowel – **Look at the picture. Draw a line to match the picture on the left to its’ short vowel.

**• Sight Word Count – **Search for the sight words below. Count the number of sight words and write the number you counted on the line.

**• Sight Word Practice – Trace, Find and Highlight, Color It, Spell it! Write It, Complete the Sentence.**

**• How Many Syllables? – **Look at the pictures and read the word. Highlight the number of syllables in each word.

**• I Can Write About Valentine’s Day – **Draw a picture of a flower bouquet and describe it below.

**• I Can Write About Valentine’s Day – **Look at the picture and describe it below.

**• Beginning Sound – Color the Beginning Sound and Write the Word – **Look at the picture. Color the beginning sound of the word in the box to complete the word. Write the word.

**• CVC Words – Short o – Find and Color the Matching Word – **Look at the picture, color the matching word.

**• CVC Words – Short u – Find and Color the Matching Word – **Look at the picture, color the matching word.

**• CVC Words – Middle Sound – **Look at the picture on the presents and write the missing middle sound of each word. Color the pictures.

**• Answer Key**

**• Credits**

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]]>• Winter Counting -count the winter pictures from each box and color the matching number

• Winter Number-Word Match and Trace

• Hot Chocolate Number Tracing – read the number words on the cups and trace them

• Winter Number-Word Match (from. 1-8, Cut and Paste)

• Winter Number-Word Match (from 10-20, 10 blocks) – count the base ten blocks and color the globe to show the number

• Winter Tens and Ones Counting – count the tens and ones and write the number of tens and ones in the boxes

• Winter Counting (from 1-20) – counting by 1’s

• Winter Mug Counting And Tracing (from 1-20) – count the mugs by 1’s and trace over the numbers

• Winter More or Less – Compare the Numbers (from 10-20) – mugs and snowflakes

• Winter Pictures – Count and Compare (from 1-10) – count the group that has more items (mittens, scarfs, evergreen trees etc)

• Skip Counting Snowmen – Skip Count by 2’s (from 2-40)

• Skip Counting Igloos- Skip Count by 5’s (from 5-100)

• Before and After Snowflake Numbers (from 8-20)

• What Number Comes Between The Mittens (from 1-20) – write the missing number on the hats

• Odd Or Even – Cut and Paste The Mittens In The Correct Box

• Odd or Even Coloring – color the odd numbers blue and the even numbers yellow

• Winter Patterns (AB, AAB, ABC, ABBC, make your own)

• Skip Counting Signs – Skip Count by 10’s (from 10-100)

• Winter Make A Pattern – Cut and paste to finish the pattern

• 10 Frames – Fill in the frames to match the numbers on the hats (from 1-10)

• 10 Frames – Fill in the frames to match the numbers on the signs (from 11-20)

• 10 Frames – Count the snowflakes and write the number on the hat (from 1-10)

• Winter Ten Frames – Count the mittens and write the number on the sign (from 11-19)

• Let’s Make 10 – Complete the ten frames to make 10

• 10 Frames – Missing Addend (from 1-10)

• 10 Frames – Missing Addend (from 11-20)

• 10 Frames – Adding With Ten (solve the problems and write the results on the mugs)

• Addition True Or False (from 1-10) – Color The Igloo

• Winter Subtraction (1-10)

• Missing Addend (solve the problem and write the missing number)

• Counting Tallies – count the tally marks on each snowman and cut and paste the correct answer

• 10 Frames – Compare The Numbers (count the dots and write the total number below. Compare each pair)

• Winter Addition (from 1-10) – solve the problems and write the results on each snowman

• Compare and Color The Numbers (from 11-20)

• Count and Graph Winter Pictures

• Winter Measurements – cut out the snowflake ruler and measure the length of each picture

• Tallest or Shortest

• Trace the 2D Shapes

• Winter Addition (from 1-10) – count the items in each box and add them together

• Winter Counting – color the pictures to match the number

• Winter Ordinal Numbers

• Number Tracing Practice (1-9)

• Number Order 10-20 – cut and paste the numbers in order

• Count The Winter Objects

• Winter Tracing

• Winter Same Or Different

• Winter Snowman Bonds (from 2-10)

• Winter Snowman Bonds (from 12-20)

**LITERACY WORKSHEETS INCLUDED:**

• Uppercase and Lowercase Letter Matching (3 pages)

• Missing Uppercase Letters

• Missing Lowercase Letters

• ABC Tracing Practice

• Winter Color Words

• What’s My Sound (A-Z) (4 pages)

• Winter Words – Write The Beginning Sound

• Find And Color (A-Z) – Beginning Sounds (6 pages)

• Beginning and Ending Sounds (Short a)

• Beginning and Ending Sounds (Short e)

• Beginning and Ending Sounds (Short i)

• Beginning and Ending Sounds (Short o)

• Beginning and Ending Sounds (Short u)

• Building A Word (CVC Words) (2 pages)

• CVC Word Letter Find (4 pages)

• Roll And Trace – Sight Words (2 pages)

• Sight Word Hats – Color By Sight Word

• Sight Word Mugs- Color By Sight Word

• Write The Word – Word Families (-at, -ug)

• Word Families (-et, -in, -an) – Color It!

• I Can Write About Winter! – Writing Practice

• Answer Key

• Terms Of Use, Credits, Printing Instructions

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]]>**• Christmas Color By Number, Addition and Subtraction (1 to 10)**

**• Christmas Counting (1 to 20) and Make an AB Pattern –** Count the Christmas ornaments by 1’s and write the missing numbers.

**• Christmas Skip Counting by 2’s – **Skip count by 2’s and write the missing numbers on each sign.

**• Christmas Skip Counting by 5’s – **Skip count by 5’s and write the missing numbers on each present.

**• Christmas Skip Counting by 10’s – **Skip count by 10’s and write the missing numbers on each letter.

**• Odd Or Even Coloring – **Help Santa sort the mail. Color the odd numbers red and the even numbers green.

**• Christmas Make a Pattern AB, ABB, ABC, ABBC, Make your own**

**• Christmas Counting – **Count the objects in each box. Color the matching number.

**• Christmas Graphing – **Create a graph using the pictures below.

**• Christmas Graph and Tally – **Count the pictures below and each time you see an image, make a tally mark.

**• Before and After Numbers (from 2 to 15) – **Write the numbers that come before and after the number on the gift.

**• Before and After Numbers (from 16 to 30) – **Write the numbers that come before and after the number on the stamp.

**• What Comes Between – **Write the missing number that comes between the numbers from each pair of Christmas ornaments.

**• Christmas Bonds **– Find the missing numbers. Color the pictures

**• Christmas Subtraction**

**• Christmas Addition**

**• Christmas Addition(Dice and Ten Frames) – **Count the ten frames. Solve the problem. Then, cut and paste the ten frames in the boxes.

**• Christmas Subtraction (Count and Subtract) – **Count the items in each box and solve the problem.

**• 2D Shapes – How Many Sides? – **Trace the 2D shapes and count the sides of each one. Color the matching number.

**• Telling Time to the Hour – **Draw the hands on the clock to match the digital clock.

**• Christmas Number-Word Match – Cut and Paste (1-10) – **Count the fingers. Cut and paste the number words below to match them with the numbers on the gifts.

**• Christmas Number-Word Match (11-20) – **Read the number word. Color the matching number

**• Missing Addends **

**• Match the Numbers – **Draw a line from the dice to its’ matching ten frame and number word

**• Base Ten – Christmas Tens and Ones Counting** – Count the base ten blocks. Write the number of tens and ones in the boxes.

**• Let’s Make 10 – **Complete the ten frames to make 10. Finish the number sentence.

**• Ten Frame Addition – Cut and Paste – **Count the dots on the signs, solve the problems and cut and paste the results on the present.

**• Christmas More or Less**

**• Missing Numbers**

**• Christmas Ten Frames (11-20) – **Fill in the ten frames to match the number next to them.

**• Tallest or Shortest – **In each box, color the shorter objects.

**• Odd or Even Sorting – Cut and Paste – **Cut and paste the number in the correct box

**• Christmas Ordinal Numbers**

**• Answer Key**

**LITERACY WORKSHEETS INCLUDED:**

**• Christmas Vocabulary – Color the Words** – Color each picture with the color that is below it.

**• Christmas Color By Sight Word **

**• Christmas Color By Word Family –um, –**ot**, -in, -em**

**• Christmas Color By Word Family –ip, –**og**, -at**

**• Christmas Vocabulary – Write the Words****– **Color each picture. Write the name of each picture.

**• Christmas Day – Rhyming Words – **Read the words on each envelope. Color the words that rhyme.

**• Rhyming Words – Cut and Paste** – Look at the picture, trace its’ name. Cut and paste the picture that rhymes.

**• Find & Write R Blends – **Look at the picture. Color the R blend of each word and write it.

**• S Blends Practice – **Look at the picture. Write the beginning S blend of each word.

**• L Blends – Cut and Paste – **Look at the beginning L blend on the present. Cut and paste the picture that has the same beginning blend.

**• Word Families –at – Say It! Write It! Box it! – **Look at the picture, write its’ beginning sound and write the letters in the boxes.

**• Word Families –ip – Say It! Write It! Box it! **** – **Look at the picture, write its’ beginning sound and write the letters in the boxes.

**• Long and Short Vowels – Cut and Paste **– Cut and paste the pictures in the correct box.

**• Long and Short Vowels – **Look at the gift box on each row. Color the pictures that have the same short vowel on the line.

**• Roll and Trace Sight Words – **Roll a die, read the number, and trace the sight word from its’ line. Continue playing until all the words have been traced.

**• Sight Word Count who, like, want, into **– Search for the sight words below. Count the number of sight words and write the number you counted on the line.

**• How Many Syllables? – **Look at the pictures and write the word. Highlight the number of syllables in each word.

**• I Can Write About Christmas – **Draw a picture of a Christmas tree and describe it below.

**• I Can Write About Christmas – **Look at the picture and describe it below.

**• Color By Vowel – **Read the words on each present. Find the presents with the same middle vowel and use the color code below to color it.

**• CVC Sentences – **Look at the picture and write the missing letters in the boxes to complete the sentence. Write the sentence below.

**• CVC Words – Short a – **Read the word and color the matching picture.

**• CVC Words – Short e – **Read the word and color the matching picture.

**• CVC Words – Missing Ending Sound – **Look at the picture and write the missing ending sound of each word. Color the pictures.

**• Answer Key**

**• Credits**

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]]>This no-prep set includes math and literacy printables that you can use for student practice sessions, whether it’s for seat work, morning work, or homework. These common core aligned printables can also serve as worksheets or supplementary materials on your math and literacy centers. The 70-page set will certainly make your students busy throughout November.

This No Prep set includes math and literacy printables that you can use in the classroom to help your students practice:

- counting
- subtraction
- addition
- sight words
- CVC words
- word families
- skip counting
- telling time to the hour

Don’t forget to download your **FREE Thanksgiving Printables** at the bottom of the page!

- Color By Number
- Color By Number – Addition
- Color By Number – Subtraction
- Thanksgiving Counting 1 to 20 and Make an ABC Pattern
- Thanksgiving Skip Counting by 2’s
- Thanksgiving Skip Counting by 5’s

- Thanksgiving Skip Counting by 10’s
- Odd Or Even Coloring – Color the odd numbers orange and the even numbers green.
- Thanksgiving Counting
**–**Count the objects in each box. Color the matching number. - Thanksgiving Make a Pattern ABC, AAB, ABB, AB, Make Your Own
- Thanksgiving Graphing
- Thanksgiving Graph and Tally

• Before and After Numbers (from 2 to 15)

• Before and After Numbers (from 16 to 30)

• What Comes Between

• Thanksgiving Subtraction

• Thanksgiving Addition

• Thanksgiving Bonds

**• Thanksgiving Addition – Ten Frames and Dice **Count the dots in each box and solve the problem

**• Thanksgiving Subtraction**

**• 2D Shapes Tracing – **Look at each 2D shape, read its’ name. Trace the name of the shape and write the letters in the right boxes.

**• Thanksgiving Telling Time To The Hour – **Look at the digital clock. Color the matching clock.

**• Thanksgiving Number-Word Match (1-10) – **Count the dots on the dominoes. Cut and paste the number words below to match them with the number of dots on the pumpkins.

**• Thanksgiving Number-Word Match (11-20) – **Cut and paste the number words below and match them with the numbers on the signs.

**• Missing Addends**

**• Match the Numbers – **Draw a line from the hands to its’ matching ten frame and number word.

**• Thanksgiving Base Ten Counting – **Count the base ten blocks. Color the matching number.

**• Let’s Make 10**

**• Ten Frame Fun – **Cut and paste the number to match the ten frame.

**• Thanksgiving Ten Frames – **Fill in the ten frames to match the numbers on the signs.

** • Thanksgiving Ordinal Numbers **

**• Compare the Numbers – **Compare each pair of numbers. Color the greater number green and the lesser number orange.

**• Tallest or Shortest – **In each box, color the taller object.

**• Number Order- **Cut and paste the numbers in order from least to greatest.

**• Thanksgiving Vocabulary – Color the Words **Color each picture with the color that is below it.

**• Thanksgiving Color By Sight Word**

**• Thanksgiving Color By Word Family –eb, -an, –**ig**, -ut**

**• Thanksgiving Color By Word Family –ub, -ob, -eg, -ax**

**• Thanksgiving Vocabulary – Write the Words – **Color each picture. Write the name of each picture.

**• Rhyming Words – **Look at the first word on each row. Color the words that rhyme on the line.

**• Rhyming Words – Cut and Paste – **Color the pictures at the bottom of the page. Cut and paste the picture that rhymes.

**• Color by Blend – R Blends – **Use the code below to color the pictures.

**• Beginning L Blends – **Look at the pictures. Color the L blend of each word.

**• Beginning S Blends – **Read the blend on the sign. Color the pictures that have the same beginning blend.

**• Word Families –ug Cut and Paste Activity – **Look at the picture, cut and paste the word and write the letters in the boxes.

**• Word Families –op Cut and Paste Activity** – Look at the picture, cut and paste the word and write the letters in the boxes.

**• Long and Short i Vowel – Cut and Paste – **Cut and paste the pictures in the correct box.

**• Long and Short a Vowel – Cut and Paste **** – **Cut and paste the pictures in the correct box.

**• Long and Short Vowels – **Look at the sign on each row. Color the pictures that have the same short vowel sound

**• Sight Word Count – **Search for the sight words below. Count the number of sight words and write the number you counted on the line.

**• Sight Word Fun – Read, Trace, Box it, Write – **Read the word and trace it. Then, box the word and write it.

**• How Many Syllables? – **Look at the picture and read the word. Highlight the number of syllables in each word.

**• I Can Write About Thanksgiving – **Draw a picture of a turkey and describe it below.

**• CVC Words – Missing Vowel – **Look at the picture and write the missing vowel of each word. Color the pictures.

**• CVC Scramble Fun – Color, Unscramble, Write – **Look at the picture. Unscramble the letters to make a new word that matches the picture. Write the word.

**• CVC Words – Short i – Cut and Paste – **Look at the picture and cut and paste the beginning sound of each word. Color the pictures.

**• CVC Words – Short e – Cut and Paste ** – Look at the picture and cut and paste the beginning sound of each word. Color the pictures.

**• Trace and Match CVC Words- **Trace the word. Draw a line from the word to the matching picture.

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]]>Easter Craft Stick Puppets from easypeasyandfun.com

Easter Bunny Mason Jars: An Adorable And Easy Easter Craft! from craftsbyamanda.com

Easter Crafts For Kids from happyhooligans.ca

Easter Egg Letter Match Free Printable Activity For Kids – from alittlepinchofperfect.com

- Easter Mason Jars: DIY Bunnies from modpodgerocksblog.com

DIY Easter Bunny Candy Pouches from iheartcraftythings.com

Easter Crafts For Kids: Sponge Painted Easter Egg Basket from buggyandbuddy.com

Easter Bunny Ears Craft For Kids {super Cute} from web.kidsactivitiesblog.com

Printable Easter Bunny Baskets from thecrafttrain.com

Chick Corner Bookmark from easypeasyandfun.com

Pretty Paper Easter Egg Spring Craft For Kids from alittlepinchofperfect.com

Easter Baskets For Kids from redtedart.com

Dollar Tree Crafts DIY Easter Ribbon Wands Kids Craft from musthavemom.com

How To Make Easter Egg Chicks from firefliesandmudpies.com

Easter Chick Bunny and Sheep Finger Puppets from hellowonderful.co

Peeps Mason Jars For Easter from masonjarcraftslove.com

Easy Easter Craft: Button Easter Egg from carrieelle.com

Make Modern Cardboard Easter Eggs from hellowonderful.co

How To Make A Super Cute Foam Cup Bunny Craft from iheartcraftythings.com

Egg Shell Mosaic Vase: Use Your Colored Egg’s Egg Shells To Make A Vase from craftsbyamanda.com

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]]>With spring just around the corner, I put together a **FREE Spring Math Worksheet Packet For Kindergarten (No Prep)** that you can use to help you save time and keep your students engaged every step of the way.

These 4 worksheet pages were created with kindergarten students in mind, but you can use them with your Pre-k or 1st-grade students as well.

You can download the free worksheets by clicking on the photos, and you can purchase the complete **Spring Math Worksheet Packet HERE**

This packet doesn’t require prep time, just print and go. If you like this mini-packet, I’m sure you’ll love the **Spring Math Worksheet Packet HERE**

**Files included: Skip Counting By 5’s – write the numbers on the umbrellas**

**Spring Counting -count the spring pictures from each box and color the matching number**

**Spring Bonds **

**Missing Addends – solve the problem and write the missing number in the flower**

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With winter just around the corner, I put together a **FREE Winter Literacy Worksheet Packet For Kindergarten (No Prep)** that you can use to help your students get back on track after they return from the winter holidays.

These 5 worksheet pages were created with kindergarten students in mind, but you can use them with your Pre-k or 1st-grade students as well.

You can download the free worksheets by clicking on the photos, and you can purchase the complete **Winter Literacy Worksheet Packet For Kindergarten (No Prep) HERE.**

This packet doesn’t require prep time, just print and go. If you like this mini-packet, I’m sure you’ll love the **Winter Worksheets and Activities (38 No Prep Worksheets for Kindergarten).**

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I’m so excited to share with you a new **FREEBIE!** **15 Free Borders** that you can use to add a little something to your TeacherPayTeachers or TES worksheets.

You can find it **HERE.** If you find it useful, please share this on Pinterest.

If you love freebies as much as I do, take a look at the **FREE TPT Seller’s Toolkit Below (110+ Graphics for Commercial Use)**:

**✓** 25 Borders

**✓** 15 Product Cover Templates

**✓** 10 Task Card Templates

**✓** 20 Digital Papers

**✓** 10 Page Accents & Page Dividers

**✓** BONUS: Surprise Clip Art Pack

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]]>Every few days I came across so many great book recommendations, but often I forgot about them all together. That’s why I created a free “Books to Read” printable that you can download and print at home.

Download this ink friendly printable as many times as you want. Keep track of your favorite books, including book recommendations from friends or coworkers.

Find it here: Books To Read – Letter Size

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