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  • Holly Meehan

    A mini unit to teach students about the election process (perfect with the upcoming election!) Students hold primaries and a general election wh...

  • Josephine Pepperson

    SOCIAL STUDIES. A mini unit to teach students about the election process. Students hold primaries and a general election $$$

  • Cheyenne Drake

    social studies candy bar election

  • Whitney Gettler

    Election mini unit

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