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  • Ana Bertozzi

    Good Idea for a "Bye - Bye" poster on the kids class.

  • Linda Donaldson

    Classroom Themes | ... charts in the classroom. Like this one that I lifted from Pinterest

  • Nickie Smith

    pinterest education ideas | ... charts in the classroom. Like this one that I lifted from Pinterest

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Very cute poem to count down the end of the school year!!! I can't take credit for was done by one of our Kindergarten assistants :-)