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  • Amy Elliot

    graph paper chains. Students partner up and have to build the longest chain they can with only one piece of construction paper. This would be great for a measurement activity

  • Betsy McKnight

    Students partner up and have to build the longest chain they can with only one piece of construction paper. This would be great for a measurement activity and a problem solving activity. I'd love to do this the first week in partners as a team building activity!

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