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  • Corey Smith

    Editing Eyes - cute idea

  • Christina Pyburn

    Have your editors wear glasses (pop out the lenses and decorate them) or use magnifying glasses as they edit and search for mistakes. What a great way to get them excited about editing, right? Store them in a container at or near a writing center.

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  • Kelly Kemmerly

    I can't wait to use this...hey C maybe we could start a trend with this and S2W?

  • Kelly Kemmerly

    I can't wait to start this. Hey C maybe we could start this with SU2W?

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Terrific idea for using different words in a student's writing! Make for your writing center or each student can make their own! $0