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  • Hannah Hitt

    Such a neat classroom management idea!

  • Jocelyn {Aspen Branch Studio}

    I Need Help flip chart on every student's desk. Cuts down on having 35 hands up and saying "I neeeeed help!"

  • Lizz Bulfer

    while it's a teaching idea, it could be used by children during homework time... that way you don't get the "mom. mom! MOM!" thing

  • Kimberly Randall

    A classroom idea I could totally use in a high school class.

  • Jennifer Toperzer

    "I need help" mini flip books. Jefferson friends, don't you think we need a make-and-take?

  • Kimberly Howard

    I Need Help Mini Flip Chart Set - use cups instead,but put labels with these sayings on them.

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