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Danna Rowden DeMars
Danna Rowden DeMars • 1 year ago

Objective: Student will choose a Library Pictionary topic card, draw the topic, and let other students guess the topic based on their drawing. Inc...

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This packet is intended to be helpful to school librarians as well as classroom teachers. It includes a guide for introducing the non-fiction section of the school library or media center to your students.

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