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  • Marie Icenhower

    writing center

  • Nadia Lanza

    Fabulous Writing Station paper # Pinterest++ for iPad #

  • Farin Littler

    Awesome writer's workshop paper!

  • Katie Comisky

    love this for primary writing-- could adapt according to writing expectations in your own classroom (what do authors do? have words, have illustrations, words and pictures match, fearlessly spell, use punctuation, have spaces between words...)

  • Nandra Carter

    Another version of writing paper to use after we make it through the entire ream of handwriting paper I just ran off yesterday...love the checklist at the bottom!!

  • Lunar Myst

    Journal paper

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