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  • Selena Dickey

    Paint Chips for student passwords, what a cute idea!

  • Stephanie Roland

    Use paint chips for student info!

  • Rae Temple

    Paint Chips for student passwords, for all my hoarded paint samples.

  • Amie Lisowe

    Lots of classroom ideas!

  • lily valley16

    #classroom #organization #teacher Paint Chips for student passwords!

  • Katie Hetzel

    7/3/12: Found this on Jennifer's board. This would be such an easy way to have student logins available at computer stations during independent work. Paint Chips for student passwords

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