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Describing physical properties
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Mrs. Hosek’s third grade science classes at Kenedy Elementary are learning how to describe the physical properties of an object. Each student had a partner and got to pick their own acorn from the oak tree by the school and each group had to describe the physical properties of the acorn that their group picked.
Mrs. Hosek’s third grade science classes at Kenedy Elementary are learning how to describe the physical properties of an object. Each student had a partner and got to pick their own acorn from the oak tree by the school and each group had to describe the physical properties of the acorn that their group picked.
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ABOVE & BELOW: Mrs. Hosek’s third grade science classes at Kenedy Elementary are learning how to describe the physical properties of an object. Each student had a partner and got to pick their own acorn from the oak tree by the school and each group had to describe the physical properties of the acorn that their group picked.
ABOVE & BELOW: Mrs. Hosek’s third grade science classes at Kenedy Elementary are learning how to describe the physical properties of an object. Each student had a partner and got to pick their own acorn from the oak tree by the school and each group had to describe the physical properties of the acorn that their group picked.
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ABOVE & BELOW: Mrs. Hosek’s third grade science classes at Kenedy Elementary are learning how to describe the physical properties of an object. Each student had a partner and got to pick their own acorn from the oak tree by the school and each group had to describe the physical properties of the acorn that their group picked.
ABOVE & BELOW: Mrs. Hosek’s third grade science classes at Kenedy Elementary are learning how to describe the physical properties of an object. Each student had a partner and got to pick their own acorn from the oak tree by the school and each group had to describe the physical properties of the acorn that their group picked.
slideshow
Mrs. Hosek’s third grade science classes at Kenedy Elementary are learning how to describe the physical properties of an object. Each student had a partner and got to pick their own acorn from the oak tree by the school and each group had to describe the physical properties of the acorn that their group picked.
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