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    • Rocio Hernandez

      Language Arts - Revise vs. Edit Anchor Chart

    • Kathryn Varone

      What's Skow-ing on in 4th Grade??: Anchor Charts for Writing 4.W.5 with guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning revising and editing. Good to have in the classroom to reinforce the differences in the writing process

    • Luis N Marie Serrano

      Anchor Charts for 4th grade Writing

    • Andrea Okonak

      Revising and Editing Anchor Chart Great for Writers Workshop!

    • Bethanie Cheuvront

      Revising and Editing Anchor Chart, plus other writing anchor charts

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