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Category Archives: Celebrations
KenKen Puzzles
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Sudoku
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Memorial Day Math
For some, Memorial Day is simply a 3Day weekend that marks the unofficial kickoff for summer. Actually, the first Memorial Day observance was in 1868 when flowers were placed on the graves of soldiers in Arlington National Cemetry. You can … Continue reading
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100th Day of School
The 100th day of school does not mean much to upper elementary students–other than the fact that they are that much closer to summer break. Kindergarten and First Grade students however, anticipate the 100th day of their first schoolyear with … Continue reading
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