• Lela Raine

    Anchor Charts How Do You Have A Really Good Partner Discussion, How to take care of books, reading strategies.

  • Katie Beckett

    Partner Discussions for buddy books

  • Jill Tomkins

    great site for classroom charts

  • Cindy Lawrence

    Great anchor charts including, good-partner-discussion

  • Debbie Lilly

    Anchor Charts: Partner Discussion. I will make this chart Kindergarten friendly with pictures.

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