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  • Andrea 'Schafer' Schumacher

    Pencils, Glue, & Tying Shoes: Chrysanthemum - what a fun and colorful way to add character traits and jazz up an anchor chart! Could also use w/adjectives

  • J Repsem

    Kevin Henkes... Chrysanthemum character study!

  • Natalie Knight

    Perfect! I always open the school year with Chrysanthemum and will add this to my activities.

  • Valerie Deleon

    chrysanthemum anchor chart Go to the website for more ideas

  • Kerri

    describing character traits using Chrysanthemum by Kevin Henkes

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