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Ten Green Bottles Sitting on a Wall Contributed by: Gordon Stevens
10 green bottles sitting on a wall And if 1 green bottle should accidentally fall
There will be 9 green bottles sitting on a wall And if 1 green bottle should accidentally fall
There will be 8 green bottles sitting on a wall And if 1 green bottle should accidentally fall
There will be 7 green bottles sitting on a wall And if 1 green bottle should accidentally fall
There will be 6 green bottles sitting on a wall And if 1 green bottle should accidentally fall
There will be 5 green bottles sitting on a wall And if 1 green bottle should accidentally fall
There will be 4 green bottles sitting on a wall And if 1 green bottle should accidentally fall
There will be 3 green bottles sitting on a wall And if 1 green bottle should accidentally fall
There will be 2 green bottles sitting on a wall And if 1 green bottle should accidentally fall
There will be 1 green bottles sitting on a wall And if 1 green bottle should accidentally fall
There will be No green bottles sitting on a wall
Rules for Green Team By: The Green Team Leaders. Recycling and bottles Must sign up for bottles or recycling Must be at the meeting on Tuesday to sign.
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Click on the number that makes me equal ten 9 +=
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Tenths 2. Tenths Heres a different way of dividing a shape into tenths 1 / 10 2 / 10 4 / 10 3 / 10 8 / 10 7 / 10 9 / / 10 5 / 10 6 / 10 This shape.
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ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION: BUYING GREEN!!!!. FACTS AND DATA!!
Place Value Number Relationships and Computation.
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AuSSi Litter Audit Upper Primary Valkstone Primary School East Bentleigh Conducted by Team Green 17 th May 2016.
Counting in The Binary System Base Two © RAM 2008.
MGT/437 – Project Management © Westbrook Stevens /12/2015 Problem Solving.
Think about water and how much water they think that they use on a daily basis? ….how about each month ? Think about all the different situations in which.
What is this? Trash What is this? Can What are some things we recycle? Can Trash.
Down By the Bay Down by the bay Where the watermelons grow, Back to my home I dare not go. For if I do, My mother will say: Call Response Down.
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Where to Pit? An Equal Opportunity University. Where to Pit? An Equal Opportunity University Enforces Data Analysis, Logic, Problem Solving.
We Can Read About Mixing Colors. The water is red. 1.
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Percentage without a calculator 10% 10%, 20 %, 30% …. 90% 25%, 50% or 75% 33 ⅓ % and 66 ⅔ % 5% 15%, 25%, 35% etc Mixture.
Name:______________________________________ Humpty Dumpty STEM Challenge Oh no!! Humpty Dumpty keeps falling off of his wall on rainy or windy days. He.
The Pumpkin Life Cycle. Stages of a Pumpkins Life 3. FLOWER 2. PLANT 4. GREEN PUMPKIN 4. GREEN PUMPKIN 5. ORANGE PUMPKIN 5. ORANGE PUMPKIN 1. SEEDS.
The green rangers present’s Going green with Hardin County merchants. How green do you think Hardin County is? By: Mollie Williams &* Anthony Wright.
You Say, We Pay! The quick fire keywords game Rules Choose a student to sit with their back to the whiteboard. There are 10 key words to define in 1.
Skip Counting Counting by 2’s, 3’s, 5’s, and 10’s Standard 2.1 Numbers, Number Systems and Number Relationships A. Count using whole numbers to 100 by.
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HAT EYES NOSE SCARF ARM BUTTONS. Question #1: What color was the snowman’s scarf? B. Green C. Blue A. Red.
Two-Point Perspective. You see two-point perspective when your eye is not perpendicular to the walls. In other words, the walls look like they are at.
Today we will be learning: to count on in ones or tens to count back in ones or tens to split two-digit numbers into tens and units to make them easier.
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