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  • Jamie Stone

    teaching ideas neat idea for teaching comprehension

  • Ashlie Kunkel

    i like this idea for guided reading or independent reading.

  • Meredith Smith

    Students use mini or skinny Post Its to stop and jot symbols that will help them recall ideas for whole class or small group discussions. Great for Reader's Workshop!

  • Kim Avington

    Kids will love this! Guided reading idea to start.

  • Sharon Keith-Burns

    Reading Workshop

  • Julie

    Anchor chart for using sticky notes while reading

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