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  • Erin Summers

    Teacher humor

  • Katie Hoff

    Every middle school classroom should have this on the wall. Especially at this time of year!-- my favorite line "I WASN'T TALKING"....

  • Kristin Phillips

    Dictionary definition for talking: This is a great article, more for middle school but definitely adaptable for fourth grade! I'm printing this poster as well as trying out the I-statements policy.

  • Jessica Tejeda

    Need to print this bad boy out. no more "BUT I WASN'T TALKING!!"

  • Ceci Maguire

    Educational

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