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Measurement: Gallon Guy

Do you how many cups are in a quart? How many pints in a gallon? Don’t feel bad if you don’t…I don’t either off hand! We came to the topic of volume measurement in our math studies, and even though I had all the necessary visuals on the table (our gallon milk jug, a measuring …
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Measurement: Gallon Guy

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