What does AG have to do with me?
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Students practice alphabetizing while categorizing sources of basic agricultural products. They discuss agricultrual products, discover where they are grown and draw a simple agricultural scene on poster board.
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What's It All Have to Do With Me? Using Local History to Connect Students to National Events
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What's It All Have to Do With Me?
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What's It All have to Do with Me?
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What Does This Have To Do With Me?
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