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    • Shannon Fines

      Good Morning Messages I feel this is a good example of an Interactive White Board and how you can use it in the classroom. I think it is a good site because it has different templates you can use in your classroom using the interactive white board. As shown it has different prompts for questions you can ask your class in the morning and then the kids can go up to the board and fill in the answers.

    • Mme. Escargot

      Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Smartboard morning message

    • Erin Fink

      Good Morning Messages and being more "paperless"

    • Angela Miller

      good morning messages... edit for older grades

    • Larissa Wakeman

      Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Full Speed Ahead!

    • Nicole Heinlein

      Morning Work on a SmartBoard, paperless

    • Amy Lunceford

      Good Morning Messages after weekly poem

    • Polly Feigly

      Morning messages tip for Smartboard

    • Maddy Kaplan

      SMARTboard Good Morning Messages

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