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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words
Ms. Kast takes photos of her students throughout the year and uses the pictures to measure their progress. Read about how each student mounts the pictures and writes their descriptions, memories and reactions about each photo in the yearbook.
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Agenda Books
Interactivity with parents without using technology! See how this tip con help you create a productive rapport with parents and foster community involvement as well.
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Assignment Books
Ms. Frey has a great tip for tracking student work and keeping in close contact with parents. Read about her "Assignment Books" to see of her advice can help you!
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Book Binding
If you're looking for a way to make the books your students create last longer, Ms. Barasch shares a great tip. Read all about it and see if her idea can work for you!
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Class Autobiographies
Ms. Pitchford shares a unique book-making activity that will help student teachers get to know you and your students quickly, help them feel welcome, and enable them to hit the ground running from day one.
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Class Generated Books
End the school year on a positive note with the gift that keeps giving: read about Ms.Colyer's sentimental tip that sends students home with something they created!
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Create an Auto-Booklet
Fight Spring Fever and re-engage your students with a bookmaking project centered on their favorite subject: themselves! Kate shares ways you can harness their energy productively and refine their language arts skills at the same time.
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Getting in the Spirit of Thanksgiving
Ms. Blanton uses a variety of activities (creative writing, historical research, a classroom cookbook) to help her students get into the spirit of the holiday.
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Holiday Writing
Ms. Murphy has a great bookmaking activity for the week leading up to winter break. Based on the popular Chicken Soup book series, the project includes writing essays, poems and word puzzles. The finished product makes a great gift for a family member.
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I Spy Collages
If you’re a fan of Walter Wick’s I Spy books, or if you’re just looking for a great art and book-making activity, you’ll enjoy Ms. Stielstra’s unique take on an old classic.
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