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  • Leigh Ann

    This site is so cool. You can enter the first name of each of your students and do the following: random name generator (alternative to popsicle sticks), seating chart maker, group maker, etc! Just tried it with my class and love it!

  • JoAnn Leach

    Classroom technology- Random Name Selector

  • Kellie Kieren

    For classroom teaching.

  • Megan Bunker

    Random Name GeneratorDid anyone not answer yet? Who still has a popsicle stick? Are you kidding me? Bring your classroom management into the 21 century with the Random Name Generator Tool. Features: Call on your students in a different order every time Up to 100 students per group iPad friendly! Tested to work on all modern browsers (and even some older ones too!) 100% Free forever

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