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  • Jenna Krambeck

    Great math Notebooking- pull-out.

  • Dierdre Kelleher

    slide down to the pull out tab idea Science Notebooking: Right Hand Ideas

  • Kate DiPasquale

    Excellent web site for science and social studies ideas. Great science notebook ideas too!

  • Tara Cleveland

    Science Notebooking- animal adaptations - love the pull out for anything

  • Carianne Alane

    Interactive notebook idea!

  • Gabriela

    Science Journal ideas for nearly every topic - so great ideas that I can change and make fit for my kids..... love the pull out idea

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