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  • Holly Sutton

    Highlighting Names- good idea have students highlight name before putting paper in basket. Great idea

  • Stephanie Feeman

    Students highlight names before putting it in the tray: great idea for younger or older kids!

  • Nikki Henry

    Classroom Organization

  • Michelle Strong

    i will absolutely be doing this in my future classroom!!!! students must highlight their name before putting it in the tray. Great way to make sure all papers have names! LOVE THIS!! I am so doing this because they always forget!

  • Laura Welp

    Classroom Management students must highlight their name before turning in their paper. so smart.

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