Lesson 3-11: Exploring Rectangles, Fact Wheels, and Coins
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Discussing Overlaps - Did you use this activity?
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Exploration A: Covering a Rectangle with Different-Size Squares - Did you use this activity?
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Exploration B: Practicing Addition on a Fact Wheel - Did you use this activity?
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Exploration C: Making Coin Stamp Booklets - Did you use this activity?
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Home Link 3-11 - Did you use this activity?
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Readiness: Sorting and Counting Coins - Did you use this activity?
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Enrichment: Making Change - Did you use this activity?
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