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  • Stefanie Rehbein

    Class Rules with Kids' Pictures! Kids create the rules

  • jhansi chabili

    ti classroom rules Great way to display class rules, reminders, etc. Use student photos with speech bubbles

  • Sandra Lee

    Use student photos with speech bubbles - book recommendations? idea for TAB.

  • Logan Bird

    Great way to display class rules, reminders, etc. Use student photos with speech bubbles. Also use students to discuss class rules that they would enjoy having. This way they are responsible when they break the rules.

  • Peachy Penguins

    Classroom Management: Student Speech Bubble Rules

  • Melissa McFarlane

    Great way to display class rules, reminders, etc. Use student photos with speech bubbles.. or just a fun bulletin board idea

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