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iPad Organisation Signs

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5 pages|This resource is suitable for Grades: K, 1 - 7

Organise your iPad learning areas with these iPad signs.

Set up iPad stations, corners, desks or shelves with these iPad Organisation Signs.

Put them up around your room to indicate where the students should go to use the class iPads.

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