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  • Angelica S

    LOVE THIS! Cell phone for your book character. This is an authentic activity that students would relate to! They can do this about a character in their book. Could use for historical figure

  • Megan Wilson

    Character Cell Phones - I can see the kids really getting into higher level character analysis this way. Reading language social studies people

  • Tiffany White

    Cell phone for your book character. This is an authentic activity that students would relate to! They can do this about a character in their book. This is perfect for our explorer unit project in language arts / social studies 4!

  • Laura Beth Rich

    Cell phone for your book character. What a fun graphic organizer!

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