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  • Jessica Stott

    Lots of math and science activities

  • Celeste Thibeault

    Many different hands on explorations. Awesome resource! Thank you!

  • Aleta Piper

    Hands on math activities.

  • Lulu Boyd

    Awesome website for teachers and parents

  • Melanie Thurman

    bag of candy graphing and pie charts

  • Stacey Gentry

    Taste the rainbow math :)

  • Natalie Goddard

    SO many great learning activity ideas like "noodle punctuation," "reading genre passport," & MUCH more!

  • Lindsey Vines

    We offer activities for many different hands on explorations involving candy and incorporating educational technology like the TI73 and TI83+ graphing calculators. Candies like Skittles and M's are particularly good for exploring measures of center topics. Contact us for more information:

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