Geo Jammin' - Day 4, Lesson 13: Where, Oh Where, Can the Geo Be?
Young scholars listen to a story "My Crazy Dream" with an intent to identify shapes in ordinary objects. They raise their hands when they've heard an object whose shape they can identify. They discuss their findings.
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