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  • Rebecca Earley

    7 Habits Mission Statement Guide | Mission statement & 7 Habits display. By: 4th Grade Frolics: 7 Habits

  • Brittany Dellinger

    class mission statement created by the kiddos - - would have to adapt for first grade.

  • Daria Edney

    4th Grade Classroom Arrangement | ... Habits for Happy Kids . Here's my 7 Habits wall in my classroom

  • Rachel Johnson

    Great way to include 7 Habits of Happy Kids with the classroom rules.. Classroom mission statement!

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4th Grade Frolics- This blog has several links to other grade level blogs with cute decor, Daily 5 (shown how to do in 4th grade) and cute paper and "schtuff"! Hope you all have a couple of hours!