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Workin' On It Wednesday #2

Welcome to Workin' On It Wednesday:)  I've created a button you may use if you'd like to join in with Workin' On It Wednesday on your own blog (button graphics, which I love, by Ashley Hughes: ). You can copy the code below to get the button to your blog if you'd like. 

Below,  you are welcome to link up a blog post, a freebie, or a paid product that you have been working on.

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My Workin' on it Wednesday item was inspired by Misty's link last week, which was to her blog post about her CUBES anchor chart that gives students steps to help break down word problems. I had seen a similar anchor chart on Pinterest and had been intending to create one too...but hadn't gotten around to it. Instead,  I decided to make bookmarks with a similar idea. I didn't want to copy the CUBES idea, so I went with "CIRCLE IT."
Click to see on TPT
Please link up what you've been working on!


  1. Love the bookmarks! Thanks for hosting and sharing. I'm linked up.
    Little Room Under the Stairs

    1. Thanks Misty! Thanks for linking up your blog!

  2. Ellie, I love your bookmarks! They almost make me wish I taught math ;)
    Thank you for the linky opportunity. Stop by at my blog for another linky!

    1. Darlene, this flip book looks awesome! Thanks for linking up!


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