Teachers value annotations and appreciate ways to guide students into becoming stronger annotators. Unfortunately, the margins of books aren't always our own, so sticky notes are needed. Having teachers review annotations on sticky notes on occasion helps, so collecting them is necessary. (When you review their annotations, you get a vivid, even X-ray sense of how carefully your students read. To make this review process manageable, you can tell your students something like, "I will examine 2 notes carefully, plus the sketch, but I won't be saying which 2.") Having students visually pull together their sticky notes also helps them organize their writing, too, so there is another reason to collect them in larger ways. Thus, this double-sided handout, and examples of how it has been used.