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Raffaella Demichelis 18h
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NCTM Classroom Resources Sep 27
NCTM has partnered with to allow teachers to assign Figure This problems to their Google Classrooms!
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MGS Art Sep 27
Some of our plot and development work from Year 7 pre . The dog is a with subtle eye holes!
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John Hardy Sep 27
Bears defense stinks just as bad as it’s offense now
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Coding Beauty Sep 25
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Susan Reutzel-Edens Sep 24
Happy to share my latest article, Symmetry in the making, published with in . Read here:
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Kaye Menner 4h
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Miss McLean and Primary 2 3h
P2 have been learning about symmetry through our mini beast topic. We worked in pairs where one would create a patterns and the other needed to collect the materials to make the pattern symmetrical. They all did a great job!
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EverSoHelpMeMOD Sep 27
Symmetry tool πŸ–€πŸ€πŸ–€πŸ€πŸ–€
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CWRU Physics Dept. Sep 25
Prof. Pavel Fileviez Perez and postdoc Alexis D. Plascencia discuss the impact of new CP violating interactions in theories where a dark matter candidate is predicted by the cancellation of gauge anomalies.
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Symmetry Sports Construction 23h
is more than a business. We’re a family too! . . . 🏈⚾️πŸ₯Žβš½οΈπŸŽΎπŸƒπŸ»πŸƒπŸΌβ€β™‚οΈπŸƒπŸΌβ€β™€οΈπŸ…πŸ₯πŸ‘πŸ†
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Hillside School 8h
P1/2 have been looking at symmetry. We made lots of symmetrical pictures.
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EastRidingAesthetics&Wellness Sep 21
As we head into Autumn consider how central heating and temperature changes affect your skin. We can help you achieve that hydrated glow!
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Sto Sep 27
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David Gutierrez - London Photographer Sep 25
" The imagination is a palette of bright colors. You can use it to touch up memories β€” or you can use it to paint dreams." Robert Brault . . . . . . …
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East End Primary Sep 25
Writing & play today. Lots of acting out of the recount, phonics skills to identify words in word banks & word cards, identification of finger spaces, capital letters & punctuation. Plus a collar for the Crazy Cats!
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Peter Vekilov Sep 25
wrote an insightful summary of our results on symmetry breaking that precedes crystallization published in , here is the link . Thank you Susan!
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Jen Sparks Sep 23
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Near Mint Press Sep 25
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Mrs Daniel Sep 25
Look what we discovered is symmetrical...our faces πŸ‘¦πŸΌπŸ‘§πŸ½ we’ve been busy looking at our features and drawing the missing half of our faces ✍🏻
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