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    • ~michelle~

      Print common core standards, glces, goals and objectives on mailing labels~ peel and stick in lesson plans.

    • Hubert's Mom

      Print Common Core standards on mailing labels to peel and stick into your daily lesson planner.

    • Jennifer Lucas

      Put Common Core Standards on Labels - great to be sure you have met all standards. Attach in student portfolios, and lesson plan book. (I just bought this packet. Just having the standards ready to print on labels was worth the purchase price for me. The Teacher Checklists are also great items.)

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