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Jeannette Johnson
Jeannette Johnson • 2 years ago

Students can write compliments about their classmates. They will place the paper in a box. I can read a compliment or two during the day. Class will clap for the student and then student will tell the student that wrote the compliment "thank you". Lastly, staple the compliment to their arm.

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