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    • Laura Eidson

      Print 6 different MESSED UP sentences and glue them onto a tissue box. The kids “roll” the box, read the sentence, write it, and then revise it. Great for a writing center or word work.

    • Jessie Rouse

      Great Activity for Language Arts- make it harder for my students

    • Sharon Branch Harmon

      Tape 6 different MESSED UP sentences and glue them onto a tissue box. The kids “roll” the box, read the sentence, write it, and then revise it. Great for a writing center! You could also use the same idea for teaching story sequence. Listening to student thinking about their choices can be very eye opening.

    • Amy Pearson

      Tape 6 different MESSED UP sentences and glue them onto a tissue box. The kids “roll” the box, read the sentence, write it, and then revise it. Great for a writing center! I like the idea of using the Kleenex box as an unconventional dice.

    • Devin Boyd

      Uses for tissue boxes...Love it. Tape 6 different MESSED UP sentences and glue them onto a tissue box. The kids roll the box, read the sentence, write it, and then revise it. Great for a writing center! Or us to make your own giant dice.

    • Michelle Majerus Burkhart

      Print 6 different sentences and glue them onto a tissue box. The kids “roll” the box, read the sentence, write it, and then revise it. Writing center idea.

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