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Yelah Lladnar
Yelah Lladnar • 2 years ago

A Marvelous Math Project. . . Here is a great open house idea that was shared with me by a one of my friends & FABULOUS 5th grade teacher. Mrs. Salsedo, incorporated her year end math review with some flip & foldable fun, turning it into an engaging project. She provided each student with the criteria for the project, assigned them a chapter from the math book a

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