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Sydney
9/15/2011 14:56:16

In math I'm learning about place value and some other stuff too!

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Sabrina
10/5/2011 09:13:54

In Math I am working on a Coordinate Grid. A Coordinate Grid is a thing like you walk to the elevator and go up the elevator. This is what a Coordinate Grid looks like {4,8}. We started lerning this yesterday I kind of understand it now.

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Dylan
1/10/2012 11:01:40

Math is so fun but not long divdtion

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Emily
2/11/2012 17:26:41

Hi Dylan I reallly do agree that when it comes to long division I'm not really ready.I think that coordinate grids are the easiest besides multiplication and hard multiplication but I really enjoy it and that is just about having fun and all that really matters.

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Toby
3/17/2012 09:01:10

I MADE 2 30/30'S ON YPP

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Toby
5/23/2012 11:48:55

summer is almost here one MORE day of SCHOOL (at home "school's out" song plays lol).

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