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  • Cristin Bell

    Enrichment Center, beyond the basics for early finishers!

  • Jill Hjort

    Enrichment activity ideas for early finishers - Rachel, please check this out. The early finisher activities are ambitious but it would be totally worth it. Also, scroll below that to see some cool tech applications

  • Michele Cohen Rothman

    Enrichment activity ideas for early finishers & classroom management tips *** I would use this in my classroom to provide addtional activities for the students in my class that work fast on assignments. This will help cut down on the misbehavior and distractions.***

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    enrichment center ideas

  • Nakkida Rials

    For early finishers - "Minded" Activities: Enrichment Box Idea

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