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  • Brittany Whitesel Perales

    Totally want to do interactive notebooks this year! {Dr. Pepper method for decimals->percents}

  • Rachel Hill

    Dr. Pepper Method - Math Notebooks idea site.net

  • Jan Musco

    Convert fractions - decimals - percents | Dr. Pepper method - Math Journal

  • Melissa Ivey

    awesome interactive student notebook! Many ideas covering different topics!!!

  • Faye Reed

    Decimals - Math Notebook Fractions, Decimals, Percents Dr. Pepper Method

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