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  • Lisa Elaine Barringer

    'Highlighter' sticks = popsicle sticks & file folder tabs. Neat idea!

  • L. Weir

    Highlight the sight words! 'highlighter' sticks= popsicle sticks & file folder tabs

  • Jeanette Rivera

    Miss Kindergarten: Highlighter Sticks. Students can look for sight words or vocabulary words. Also, can be used to help students track while they read.

  • Benjamin Sukeforth

    'highlighter' sticks= popsicle sticks & file folder tabs. An easy and great way to highlight text in a book you want to ensure kids know without "marking" up a book.

  • Sharon Notman

    'Highlighter' sticks= popsicle sticks & file folder tabs. Great for guided reading activities. Students highlight words teacher calls out.

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