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  • Amanda Kehl

    Whole Class Writing Journals! Highly rated & PERFECT for Writing Centers/ Work on Writing. Great idea for Daily 5 or early finishers

  • Kari Kenepp

    Whole Class Writing Journals! Kids choose a topic and write an entry in the class journal about that topic. Even kindergartners can do a picture and add labels at the beginning of the year! Love this idea for Work on Writing.

  • diane (iverson) trudnowski

    Whole Class Writing Journals! $3.00 on TPT....Great idea for students who are "early finishers".

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