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There are so many times throughout the day where a student might interrupt a group lesson, a small group lesson or even their own independent tasks to tell a story or tattle on someone else. My paraprofessional started telling the students to “put it in the good story bin.” It got me thinking on a classroom project that could assist with interruptions and getting thoughts on paper.
Put It In the Good Story Bin Includes:
-Small Writing Form
-Large Writing Form
-Good Story Journal Label
-Good Story Bin Label
**Used in a Center-Based Special Education Classroom for Grades 6-8**
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Hello! My name is Sara and I'm currently in my 9th year of teaching Special Education. I have taught 3 years in Oregon and 7 years in Colorado. I have taught students from kindergarten to age 21. I currently work in a center-based classroom for students with significant needs in grades 3-5.