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  • Karen Pearson Klann

    Log-in cards. Great Idea for my kids, no more sticky notes everywhere

  • Lauren Clark

    login cards on a hook! Such a great idea:)

  • Leslie Ansorge

    elementary organization blog: computer log in cards...hung on computer using 3M hooks

  • Donna Wrubleski Gerstlauer

    I like the Command hook and binder ring idea but i couldn't use this for passwords...nifty idea though... this links to a blog all about elementary classroom organization ideas.

  • Lisa Esquibel

    Classroom Organization- computer log in cards for student passwords

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