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    • Lindsey Rudder

      Namebow rainbow! LOVE!!! Sooo cute! Love the idea of using for self-esteem group for students to come up with positive adjectives to describe themselves! Could also use for grief/loss group too!! answer questions on the strips of paper. #counseling #socialwork #selfesteem

    • Sara Nielsen

      Acrostic poem with names - teaches self esteem

    • Christine Elizabeth

      These "rainbow and cloud adjective projects" would make a colorful spring bulletin board display. I'd use a title such as "We Are A Colorful Class" for this display idea.

    • Evelyn Stiles

      Adjective Name bow rainbow. Cute idea. Great encouragement for kids!

    • Teri Hepker

      Name Acrostic Rainbow Clouds

    • Theódóra

      Namebow rainbow! Write acrostic poem with name and describing words. Just couldn't resist this...MY name!!

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