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  • Ashley McDonough

    Reading Tree. Starts out bare at the beginning of the year, add a leaf for every book you read. Very full tree by the end of the year! Or would be fun to add a gold coin in a treasure box each time we read a treasure book --- Have "growing" in the Reading Garden (aka our classroom library) throughout the year

  • Jonathan-Jacinda Sorensen

    Vocabulary word tree instead of the traditional word wall. :)

  • Janet Anaya

    Word wall: Vocab word tree. Starts out bare, but by the end of the year is full of all the words they learned. Good way to review past vocab; I used this idea for a "Reading Tree"; each time we read a book, I wrote the title on a leaf.....VERY full tree at the end of the year

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