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"Spotting Good Work"
Grade Level(s): K, 1-2, 3-5
Submitted by: Sandra Fassett

I use a doggy name tag (the kind you put on their desks) and put it on construction paper. I laminate it. Then with a erasable pen, I print a student's name on the nametag. I then put all the students name tags in the hallway. I space the rows so that work can be displayed. I keep this up all year long. I put new work under the student's name each week. (I use dogs because I have a dalmatian theme in my room.)



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