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  • Jessica Ruth

    Use sticky notes on a file folder for word work ...reusable and inventive...gotta figure out how it works for me but good idea!!!

  • Carin Jordan

    Language Arts- making words file folder game

  • Kathleen Ho

    Word work - spelling: teacher has her kids use the sticky notes to make words. When they are done making a word, they just put the sticky note back in it's "place" on the file folder (printable template)

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