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  • Natalie Parsons

    Do with the first magic tree house book!

  • Lisa Richling

    story elements anchor chart

  • Debbie Wieckowski

    Opera/Music Theater Writing -- Build schema by brainstorming characters and settings they know. Great for story writing and story maps.

  • Karen I

    Character anchor chart - Build schema by brainstorming characters and settings they know.

  • Carmen White

    Character Setting anchor chart

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