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  • Shannon Mack

    Love this idea for when I'm doing differentiated menus! Instead of having students stand around you with questions and such, they bring their clothespin up to you and you clip it to your clipboard, then they sit back down and you call them up when you're ready. HOW FABULOUS FOR Writer's Workshop!

  • MaeLee Mathis

    To avoid having long lines of students waiting for help with their writing, have them put their numbered clothespins on teacher's clipboard so that you know who is ready to go. Clipboard editing

  • Christie Millar

    Instead of having students stand around you with #questions and such, they bring their #clothespin up to you and you #clip it to your #clipboard, then they sit back down and you #call them up when you're ready. HOW #FABULOUS FOR #Writer's #Workshop! #classroom #management

  • Amber S.

    dislike having long lines of students waiting for me to edit their papers, I have them put their numbered clothespins on my clipboard so that I'll know who is ready to go. Wow Great idea!! Clipboard editing - I would have them bring over their clothespins with their names that they took off the Writers' Workshop Chart

  • Tiffany Blakley

    Love this idea for writing conferences! Instead of having students stand around you with questions and such, they bring their clothespin up to you and you clip it to your clipboard, then they sit back down and you call them up when you're ready. HOW FABULOUS

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