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• Lines and Angles Activity using toothpicks and neon dot stickers

• 5th grade math. I like this because it's a simple easy way of getting the kids to practice what each line segment looks like rather then just looking at them in a book and having to memorize it

• Lines, Rays, Angles, Oh my! --Just use toothpicks and dot stickers. Math notebook idea.

• geometry unit is coming up... oh joy

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So easy! 7 toothpicks per student and stickers.

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