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Save paper!

This is just a quick idea for how to save paper for student homework. I have to give all this credit to my co-worker (Sra. Kosek).

You go to Word, and click on "page layout".

Next, find "columns".  I use 2 for worksheets, and sometimes 3 for vocabulary lists and what not.

Then finally, you can type in 2 columns. So I make a worksheet on one side, then I copy the exact same one to the other side.

Here's a sample of one:

I know that a lot of schools are putting restrictions on paper, so this helps with copies! I then cut them into 2.

I'll be back with more tips/an actual blog soon!



  1. Just came upon your blog from The Creative Language Class's page.....looking forward to seeing more!


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