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  • Meschka

    star constellation patterns

  • Bridget Akers

    Teach constellation patterns plus LOTS of other SPACE ideas :)

  • Camille

    Constellations- use with tube constellation craft

  • SU152

    Constellation patterns to use for film can constellation viewers

  • Kimberly Nguyen

    constellation patterns, print, cut out the circles. punch holes in dots an tape to end of TP roll. Look through the roll to see the constellation. science olympiad

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