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    Thought bubbles to help kids examine what they are thinking

    • See Ray

      Reading is Thinking Thought Bubbles. Laminated so they can write on it for different stories, then erase it.

    • Nora Oakley

      Reading is Thinking: Separate Thought bubbles for various reading comprehension questions

    • Cherie Oraivej

      What are they thinking? Thought bubbles… good idea for role play or dialogue

    • Pamela Hudson

      A Teacher's Treasure: Treasured Tip - Reading is Thinking Thought Bubbles!!!

    • Audrey Kiehl

      Treasured Tip - Reading is Thinking Thought Bubbles!!!

    • Nikki Maher-Whaley

      thinking thought bubbles for reading! love it

    • Robyn Church

      What are they thinking? Thought bubbles...

    • Sevda Rabineva

      Reading is Thinking Thought Bubbles!!!

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    also known as Crumple-Charlie, this tool can be used to help kids understand how words can hurt others. The class meeting format described on this blog is a great intro to those interested in using class meetings to build community and collectively problem-solve. Email me if you'd like more detailed info and help getting them started!