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  • Luz Maldonado

    Neat video! Would be great to have your students take and find pics to make your own classroom math movie... Real Life Math - This video uses images to highlight mathematical concepts found in life, in the environment, and everyday experiences.

  • Becca Winter-Martin

    Real Life Math. Video to use for beginning of the year

  • Robyn Mainsbridge

    Real Life Maths - Why do we need to learn maths?

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