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July 1, 2013

TLC for the Guided Reading Binder

I have been super busy the last few weeks with school, but when I got crazy sick on Friday, I just didn’t have the energy to focus on school work.  Instead, I spent my time finishing up some MUCH needed TLC for my Guided Reading and Conference Binder.

An organized guided reading binder is the important for the success of guided reading groups. See how to keep student data together, organize groups, and manage conferences all in one place! #guidedreading #balancedliteracy
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I am telling ya’ll, I cannot teach guided reading without this organizational tool! Here is a little preview!

Newly Designed Covers
                New Forms and More Writing Space

It’s 20% off still until I wake up tomorrow morning! Go snag it on sale while you still can! 🙂

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Happy Teaching,

Amanda

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3 Responses

  1. How cute!! Love your binder. Where do you get a lot of your fonts, clipart, frames/borders that you use? What are some of your favorite fonts?

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