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Jo Read 17 Feb 14
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Sean Junkins 17 Feb 14
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Nathan Stevens 16 Feb 14
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that sounds like a great topic for a "most memorable worksheets"
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Elizabeth WEARAMASK 16 Feb 14
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I try all other options before the worksheet. If they don't come to the concert or perform for me otherwise, they must get it.
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John Riley 16 Feb 14
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gotta send this to some Co-teachers
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Cheryl Mizerny 16 Feb 14
@MicheleCorbat I have several colleagues who still do this and argue with me because I don't.
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Nathan Stevens 16 Feb 14
@MicheleCorbat I remember this 3rd grade worksheet that had the 1st to letters of a word on one side and the rest on the other
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Nathan Stevens 16 Feb 14
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@MicheleCorbat match and make the word
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Unlocking Potential 16 Feb 14
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: Thanks for that amazing worksheet.
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Cheryl Mizerny 16 Feb 14
@MicheleCorbat They believe it's how kids should learn grammar. Parts of speech and workbooks. I teach in context.
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