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    • Emily Perry

      A quick way to take surveys and other maths ideas

    • Jessica Jenkins

      Easy way to do a daily graph during calendar time: clothespins clipped on numbered yes/no chart.

    • Karee Smith

      Easy way to do daily graph- clothespins clipped on numbered yes/no, good for morning meeting! Love, love ---could add this to the calendar

    • Lauren Hatfield-LaShomb

      Math Coach's Corner: Quick and Easy Surveys...I am going to add this to my morning meeting every day. What a great way to graph things other than weather!

    • E M

      Easy way to do daily graph- clothespins clipped on numbered yes/no. Good way to intro bar graphs too

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