Wanted: Dead or Alive! Use a worksheet that features a wanted poster in your class to work on descriptive details and illustrations. A fun way to assess what kids are learning.
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- Great for any class, including a social studies class about historical figures or novel unit to describe characters
- Stain with tea or burn the edges once kids are finished with the assignment to make the page look old
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