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New Year's Resolutions Posters

By Beth Newingham on January 3, 2013
  • Grades: 3–5

To celebrate New Year's, I have had students use The Print Shop in our computer lab to create posters on which they type their resolutions. This is nice because the posters can be used to create a bulletin board in your classroom that will remind students of their resolutions every day.

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This would be a great way to update our Hopes and Dreams for the school year. Thank you for the idea.

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