Lesson 7-2: Exploring Arrays, Volume, and Equal Shares
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Mental Math and Fluency - Did you use this activity?
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Math Message - Did you use this activity?
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Estimating the Number of Plants - Did you use this activity?
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Exploration A: Estimating the Number of Dots in an Array - Did you use this activity?
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Exploration B: Measuring Liquid Volume - Did you use this activity?
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Exploration C: Identifying Equal Shares - Did you use this activity?
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Minute Math+ - Did you use this activity?
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Playing Fraction Memory - Did you use this activity?
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Math Boxes 7-2 - Did you use this activity?
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Home Link 7-2 - Did you use this activity?
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Readiness: Finding the Total Number in an Array - Did you use this activity?
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Enrichment: Estimating the Number of Seats in an Auditorium - Did you use this activity?
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Extra Practice: Justifying Equal Parts - Did you use this activity?
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