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  • Lauren Myers

    Classroom DIY: DIY Phonics Phones These will work great as "whisper phones" for kids to read and revise their writing! Awesome idea!

  • Debbie Walden

    Whisper phone, made of PVC pipe and patterned duct tape. Another great idea from this site: make a baggie quilt out of gallon or sandwich size baggies and strategically placed duct tape. Could be used for displaying students work (big bags) or a variety of centers, like Boggle! :) Can punch holes in top and hang from Command hooks! Looks like a fun, easy project too.

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