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  • Kathy Carris

    OMG! What a great idea to have this poster in the class and give the students sticky notes while reading. They can add these to their interactive notebooks to help them when it's time to get down to business after reading in class!

  • Kelly Ann

    Reading strategies with sticky notes

  • Sheri Greenberg

    Reader's notebook

  • Lilybobombs

    Use for Language Arts

  • Kristina Villamana

    Free! I'm a BIG fan of sticky notes...a list of ways kids can use sticky notes to record their thinking while reading

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