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    • Carolanne Farley

      Enrichment activity ideas for early finishers classroom management tips *** I would use this in my classroom to provide addtional activities for the students in my class that work fast on assignments. This will help cut down on the misbehavior and distractions.***

    • Becka Hendricks

      Enrichment activity ideas for early finishers & classroom management tips.. This will be a great way for me to do my fast finishers

    • Luanne Donkle

      Minded Crate! An enrichment box idea for your classroom to have students focus on a plethora of skills. The sections are: Math-Minded, Science-Minded, History-Minded, Literary-Minded, Music-Minded, Travel-Minded, Art-Minded, and World-Minded. Great way to incorporate multiple intelligences!!

    • Patti Loupe

      Enrichment activity ideas for early finishers & classroom management tips-these probably would be too much to use with my students, but will save for reg. ed. again someday!

    • Fiona Weaver

      Multiple Intelligence Enrichment activity ideas for early finishers & classroom management tips

    • Jennifer Murphy

      "Minded" Activities: Enrichment Box Idea Multiple Intelligence Early Finish work

    • Madelyn

      Enrichment Centers for Multiple Intelligences

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