February 2009
Report on Preschool Programs;Feb2009, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p7
The article focuses on various fun activities which will endear students to the word wall. One can print out pictures that go along with one's theme and arrange them on the word wall. It is also worthwhile to designate a teacher's mailbox or "inbox" slot where students can drop off words for the word wall. One can also place several clipboards, copy paper, cool pens and pointers in a dish tub for the students to use.


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