Show me your status of the class boards (for either writing or reading)

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  1. ~Nicole

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    I'm in my room for summer school so I'm trying to get a head start on how I want things (new room!). I need to figure out how I want to do my status of the class boards for both Writing workshop and Self Selected Reading time.

    Pocket charts, pull cards, magnets...I can't decide what to do-what have you done?

    TIA

    Nicole
     
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    calalilys~how are their pieces affixed to the writing board-push pin or do they go on that string somehow?
     
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    I use push pins.
     
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    For writing I used a magnetic white board and use dye cuts of a pencil with each other their names on it. They had magnets on the backs. The kids moved their pencils when they moved on with the writing process. It was easy to see where kids were and who needed conferences etc.
     
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    Loved the pencil markers idea!

    I really like the idea of the pencil markers and using student's pictures on magnets to go through the writing process. I may do something like this next year, but put it on cork board and use push-pins. That way I can hang the cork board somewhere else than on my white board.
     
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