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  • Joan Parks

    Could be a weekly writing homework assignment or good for writing center or early finishers.

  • Kim Clark

    Write -o

  • DeenaHoney

    Writing activities for early finishers

  • Christina Eavis

    Writing Bingo - Could be good for a bonus activity for early finishers

  • Louise Winsor

    Writing prompts or for early finishers.

  • Mandi Autry

    Writing ideas for early finishers

  • Amber Starr

    writing bingo. Great homework idea!

  • Angela

    Writing Station Bingo : It's actually something that I send home with my kids. They color in a box (or have their parents initial) when an activity is completed. Once it's filled out, either 5-in-a-row or the entire paper, they turn it in. Writing prompt

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Love This !!!! Definitely doing this for my classroom! I'm Done! Now What Jar for early finishers

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Journal Ideas. Id like to do this w the kids. It would be great to see their responses. Maybe even frame.

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for the classroom - could fit a lot of topics and subjects

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