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  • Brandy Hranach

    This is so hard for kids. It is a great chart to add to a mini-lesson next year. This connects to website with awesome anchor charts for all of language arts!!!!

  • Erin Joyce

    teaching writing

  • Dara Lythgoe

    When to change paragraphs. Writing tips.

  • Pam Babington

    When to change paragraphs. Writing ideas

  • Donna Weth

    When to change paragraphs anchor chart for mini lesson

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