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This is a flip book that gets stapled together. On the front you can see what the landform is labeled and what it looks like. When you flip the page the students can write how the formation was formed on the opposite side and what the water cycle may do to it in a positive way or negative way.

Ginger Snaps: Landform Flipbook

Her First Day of School is great! She provides a plan and some wonderful activities!'s written for middle school, which is so hard to find!

Middle School Math Rules!: Icebreakers

learning new things

Mrs. Gillespie's thoughts

Activities: Capture That Fraction..great for turning improper fractions into mixed numbers

Compare Fractions

classroom collective • math word wall

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