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Tracks and Comparative Measurement in Primary

Are you trying to consider Indigenous perspectives when you teach Primary Math? Are you trying to adopt principles from the Early Learning Framework in your Numeracy instruction? Are you trying to spend more teaching time outdoors? This video has ideas for teaching measurement to children while exploring nature.

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Link to the Story of the Basket Woman (sasquatch) told by George Seymour 

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