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  • Khadine Byers

    Classroom organization- Absent Students

  • Lisa Fisbeck

    were you absent bin - great idea

  • Tracey Short

    A great idea- use a crate with the days of the week in hanging folders. Put any worksheets or assignments in the folders that need to be completed for absent students.

  • Kelleigh Ann

    were you absent bin, classroom management ideas

  • Lisa Lee

    Great Idea for filing Absent work for kids! Keeps you organized and papers to be completed

  • Christy Gresham

    This is a good idea for absent students (and helps build responsibility too!)

  • Denise Culley

    Classroom ideas

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