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  • Nanette Houston

    Steps before turning in work sign. Great idea!

  • Hannah Knowlton

    in third grade &frazzled: Turn In Tracker!!

  • Sandra Ottley

    Good idea by my turn in baskets.

  • Lillian (Lil) Templeman

    (PreK-12) Assignment Turn-in Procedure Sign/Poster - This truly has become a lifesaver in my 3rd grade classroom. Students know what is expected of them when turning in an assignment. I place a cup of highlighters next to the turn-in tub along with a clothespin with each child's name on it. When they turn in their assignment, they refer to the sign for their checklist!

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