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How to make your own book! I love how he says that he uses this method to make his own spellbooks. That's what I would use it for!
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How to make your own book…

How to make your own book! I love how he says that he uses this method to make his own spellbooks. That's what I would use it for!

A rubber band to hold the pencil/crayon properly. Twist rubber band around pencil and put it on the student's wrist (not too tight!!)

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Interactive Notebook Templates - Easy to Cut Tabs & Flaps Pack - 495 Templates

A whooping 495 templates for interactive notebooks and flap books. This treasure trove of options will motivate you to create great activities for your students. The PNG images with transparent backgrounds can easily be inserted into Word or PowerPoint documents and scaled to the size of your choice. (For both commercial and personal use.)

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From the Design Desk: Introducing our Winter/Spring 2012 Design Fellows

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Foldable Fun! 20 EDITABLE Templates: Mini-book, Flaps, Accordions, & More

Foldables Fun! A huge packet of foldable templates, directions for use, examples. 42 page packet includes 20 different foldable templates, including: Windowed Wheel, Triorama, Flower Foldables, Shutters, Flap Foldables, Layered Booklet, Accordions, Mini Books Envelope, and More! There are hundreds of ways to use foldables in the classroom. These interactive graphic organizers are perfect for note-taking, book reports, fact study, vocabulary, sequencing, project display, etc. Love this!