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  • Tamara Trubee

    Are you looking for a way to get your kids to edit their work before turning it in to you? This little packet may help. It contains 4 anchor char...

  • Tami Wagner

    COPS Writing Tool {FREEBIE}

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  • Cindy Bucci

    Are you looking for a way to get your kids to edit their work before turning it in to you? This little packet may help. It contains 4 anchor charts that explain the acronym COPS. This is a friendly reminder to get students to check Capitalization, Organization, Punctuation, and Spelling.

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