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Help them remember manners and also reward them...
I fold a Post-It in half sticky side facing out and use it as a book mark
i have to put notes around to remember to do things around the house before i leave for work
When ever I have to remind myself about something I have to do in the morning I post a note on my door the night before.
everyday i put a note in my childrens lunch boxes to let them know i'm thinking about them and i love them
For Groceries and other household items and for studying and work office related info. take notes it HELPS as a REMINDER :)
Sticking a Post it note to the page of your book during the test, WILL result on an A sticking to your test in the end!
help my granddaughter to read, spell, and pronounce spanish words.
I usually write stuff done on sticky notes and post them in my books, as reminders to look over something.
Everyday I write my son a little message using a Post-It Note which I stick to the inside of his lunchbox. This is a little way of showing him how much I love him each and every day. Now, if I happen to forget his note, he gets disappointed!
Put Post its on fridge, restroom mirror, front door, etc with important reminders.
STICK THEM ON THEIR DESK TO REMIND THEM OF WORK NNEEDED AND AS GOOD JOB NOTES...
I stick them to notebooks, refrigerators, and even my wall! It's always good to have a piece of paper can you jot down quick notes and stick anywhere you need for the best reminder!
Proclaim, a Christian Outreach Ministry, goes out into the community and leaves positive, inspirational, encouraging, etc. words/sentences on post-it notes in places people would see them (bathroom stall, car, mall, school lockers, etc.).
I write each of my daughters new sight words on post its and stick them around the house. She also has a wall in her room called kindergarten corner that has all her words on super bright "stickies" she loves it :0) Funner than flash cards anyday!
I leave notes on thier doors abiut home work and on thier backpacks to put what is needed for school