Don’t miss FableVision Learning Ambassador Suzy Brooks’ recent post on her Technically Invisible blog! Suzy shares a variety of ways she uses Stationery Studio in her classroom — from notes home, to nurse’s slips, to grammar sheets, to class schedules… Plus, Suzy added a bunch of PDFs you can download and start using with your students today!Suzy writes: “I have come to integrate Stationery Studio to the point where it is completely invisible in my classroom, which means it’s about time I share some of my tips for using it!!”Suzy is an inspiration to us — and we hope you’ll try some of these innovative uses for Stationery Studio with your students, too!
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