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    • Pamela Wright

      Like this! Problem Solver anchor chart-- great idea to discuss!

    • Ashley Ransburg Scott

      Behavior Management Tips :o) I can't wait to make this for my kiddos!

    • Jada Wilke

      Hello Literacy: A Packed Week of Learning. Good examples of classroom posters for classroom management.

    • Rebecca Payne

      Problem Solving Anchor Chart

    • Christine Hinman

      Be a Problem Solver... i like it but i may have to come up with some different problems solutions for my kiddos!

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