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  • Julie McKerrow

    AR Chart. Student moves clip down to take a test! Great classroom management tool.

  • Joleen Yunker

    AR Chart - has worked well for years. Student moves clip down to take a test! But for reading counts

  • Lauren Peddicord

    AR Chart. Student moves clip down to take a test! I could use for Reading Counts!

  • Debby Decubellis

    Reading Counts Chart! Student moves clip down to take a test!

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