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Money Rap

by Michelle
With Presidents Day just around the corner, you can integrate social studies and math by reviewing money when you talk about the important leaders of our country. I am a big believer in multiple intelligence and am always looking for new ways to reach the different learning styles. The Money Rap (be...

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