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  • Tammy Rogers

    Great way to group students! You put the kids who you do not want to be together on the smaller circle and the other students on the larger circle (or vice versa). Just spin the wheel, and students can have a new partner who they work well with every time!

  • Megan Elizabeth Rogers

    #Partner wheel: Put the kids you don't want together in the smaller circle and match them up to the kids in the larger circle! // Love this! #Classroom #Management

  • Daisy Salazar

    Great classroom ideas! Grouping students randomly..students that can't be together go in the middle

  • Wolf

    Partner wheel: Put the kids you don't want together in the smaller circle and match them up to the kids in the larger circle! Could be good for day camp. (From the blog of a fourth grade teacher)

  • Nicole Menssen

    Partner wheel for student partner workers - You can group kids you don't want together on the same wheel so they're never partners. Girls are dark blue; boys are light blue (easy visual to decide if you want those groups together).

  • Melissa K

    Fabulous Fourth Grade: A Look Around Our Rooms...neat idea for pairing students.

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