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    By michelle

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    My bathroom and water procedures are pretty much the same as the others. But, I do handle my pencil sharpening procedures a little differently. I have two baskets for pencils. One basket is full of sharpened pencils, and the other basket is for unsharpened/broken pencils. Unless we are taking a test, students are allowed to go to the basket and trade out an unsharpened pencil for a sharpened one as needed. (Key word is TRADE! They aren't allowed to get a new pencil without putting one in the "To be sharpened" basket. Usually I have the first student who arrives in the morning sharpen all the pencils. It really saves time during the day and eliminates distracting noise from the pencil sharpener! Hope this helps!

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