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  • Jessica Monaco

    This poster gives students ideas of what to say / ask if they do not know the answer to a question.

  • Debbie K. Brown

    Instead of I don't know... I see this hanging on my classroom walls next year!

  • Megan Haley

    Instead of I don't know... must make anchor chart

  • Kayleigh Ruetz

    I love this idea. You can really broaden a child's language by giving them multiple options like this. Can be used for any phrase!

  • Veronica Eskew

    English classroom art

  • Kelly Weibel

    I dont' have kids and I'm not a teacher but I really like the idea of teaching kids that "I don't know" isn't acceptable.

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