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    • Ann Kulp

      Writer’s Workshop Anchor Charts: What do writer's write?

    • Sara Ande

      What Do Writers Write -- put in writing station

    • Shari Ford

      Previous Pinner: What Do Writers Write? In using this idea in my classroom, I would get students to contribute their writing ideas and create a much longer list but still use the pencil format.

    • Sarah Walberg

      What do writers write anchor chart

    • Theresa Rehman

      Daily 5/Cafe: What do Writers Write poster.

    • Leticia Martinez-Gomez

      What Do Writers Write? Good anchor chart to post in writing center.

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