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  • Mister Angeles ✝

    Flip signs for students to let you know what stage they're working in without interrupting the class. Sign says: "I'm working hard.", "I need help!", and "I'm finished!". This is the older version of the design. Newest version are propped on a small makeshift stand; much smaller and compact, and can be flipped with the use of plastic coils. I also switched the colours between "I need help!" (now red) and "I'm working hard." (now blue).

  • Kristy Knobloch

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Another clip chart idea. I really need to look into this more for future classroom management plans

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