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The Many Uses of Clothespins
Submitted by: Laura Greenwell, 2nd Grade

I have found a myriad of uses for clothespins. I use them for assignments that I need to check. My children use them to keep pages of a story together as they are working. I use them to hang work on the lines above the bulletin board. They can be painted to match anywhere in your room or labeled quite easily with permanent markers for math, spelling, science, etc.



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