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  • E'liane Khang

    Voting process for kids! I Need to remember this for November! Love it

  • Lane Cook

    Social Studies- Voting--Need to remember this for November! Love it, Children's Books on voting #presidential campaign

  • Sarah Eckenrode

    Need to remember this for November! Cute idea!!

  • Stephanie Moses

    Government Social Studies- Election Year!

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    Election Day Activities from Welcome to Room 36!

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