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    Students write a "tweet" each morning on a laminated strip of paper lhttp://pinterest.com/pin/16536723601657745/#ines, this would make a great morning meeting activity in the intermediate grades.

  • Damian

    Classroom twitter - cool snapshots of how kids come in in the morning.

  • Candice Hilton

    Students write a "tweet" each morning on a laminated strip of paper - would make a great exit ticket!

  • Jami Gray

    Mini Matisse: Homeroom Trophy and Twitter

  • Teanna Michaelis

    Students tweet every morning when they enter the classroom. Use laminated pieces of white construction paper and dry erase markers! Cool idea!

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