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Brovero, Marian
October 1996
Teaching Pre K-8;Oct96, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p64
Lists science and English language activities that elementary students can do with the Animal Crackers product. Includes classifying the animals by environment in graphs; Drawing each animal; Pasting the animals on colorful paper; Alphabetizing the animals' names.


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