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Transition Time
Submitted by: P. Nicholson, 1st

To make transition time faster and easier, I cut out five shapes, five times on the Ellis Die cut machine using the same sequence of different colored construction paper. Example: green, red, yellow, blue, orange bunny, frogs, crayons, etc. I label each colored shape with a number and laminate one to each student's space at their tables. Then, when we line up or move anywhere in the room, I call a shape, color or number and those students line up first.



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