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I have my high school students in groups of four, and they often work in their interactive notebook. I have a supply bin for each group with rulers, glue sticks, colored pencils, etc. I have above average participation using the interactive notebook activities, but I am having an issue getting students to respect the supplies. Just today, I had two broken rulers. It happens when I am at a different group, and I can't pin it on one person. How can I fix this?

Put clear rules and tell them if they break anything they have to replace or pay for the replacement

If you are unable to know who was the one that did it all the class pays so you have extra supplies

Hope this helps

All the best and much success


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