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  • Bobbie McDonald

    Story Wands: ways for students to explain each story element

  • Terri Bunch

    story wands. the kids love to get a chance to explain each story element. Cute idea, but I need some directions.

  • Debbie Jensen

    story wands. Kids explain the story elements.

  • Mandy Bailey

    Use for listening to music instead of story elements

  • Danielle Ruff

    story wands. the kids love to get a chance to explain each story element. Maybe do this with each person within a guided reading group

  • Sarah Escalona

    story wands. the kids love to get a chance to explain each story element. // interesting idea

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