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Math Journal Sundays

by Runde's Room
Good SUNDAY Morning! I've got a great little foldable to share with you today. I had hoped to have a few to show you today, but because I was down and out with the flu and Thursday and Friday, I only have the one. We had our unit test on Monday, so I started a new Geometry / Measurement unit on Tues...

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