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Erin Rowland 4h
I may have been singing this all day last week!
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Tong Primary School & Sgoil Araich 10h
Rinn sinn a’ chùis an elf a’ shàbhaladh as aonais e a ghoirteachadh! / We managed to free the elf without hurting him! 💚❤️
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Jezus 6h
How is it possible for the f'ing lack a basic elementary school level understanding of 's ?!! Obviously there is thinly veiled behind '$ attempt to gain support from the he 🖤'$...
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Harsh Beria Dec 7
at work in the conference!
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Hiten Mistry Dec 10
Q4. I like to think of doodling as a non threatening, doesn’t matter if you are wrong task. I’ve used it for revision where kids make associations with pics or even emojis. Things like learning about the 🚿🚰or how 💻🖨🖥📱work
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Western MWD Dec 11
We love you Olaf, and even though water may not have memory, we know that your snowy good looks come from water that has been on Earth for millions of years. Learn more about the at .
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globalchange.gov 7h
Our Interagency Integrated Cycle Group coordinates research to better understand global change effects on the and the impacts. town hall happening in 30 minutes! Stopy by Moscone West - 2006, L2.
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Geography@JWC 21h
Queensland school runs out of water as commercial bottlers harvest local supplies | Environment | The Guardian
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Kevin Thomas Dec 10
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loubna Khriss Dec 11
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GCS Geography Dept Dec 8
Year 12 (and 13) - Indian Ocean version of El Niño. Indian Ocean Dipole: What is it and why is it linked to floods and bushfires? - BBC News.
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Mrs. Sexton Dec 6
Showing off the picture book they're writing together about the hydrologic cycle.. 💦💧😊
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Light Oaks Junior School Dec 4
As we come to the end of our Year 4 science topic, States of Matter, look at this impressive piece of work, produced in her own time.
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Ms. MacKenzie Dec 5
We’re working hard, using what we’ve been learning about area, to try and figure how how much salt water and fresh water there is in the world!
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Ashley Loftin M.Ed. Dec 6
Hooking these AWESOME students with a little song and dance!!
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Ms. Casas🌼 Dec 11
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CESP Africa Dec 9
Do you know the pattern followed by water up-to the point it becomes rainfall? Mother nature is a beautiful, complex phenomenon that should be loved and cared for!!
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CCCW Dec 9
This December we’re highlighting our resources and activities that are geared toward kids. Does this Water Cycle Boogie bring back memories for anyone?
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Staynor Hall Primary Dec 11
Team a Derwent loved learning about the today, to finish our topic! We can’t wait to see them in action in our windows! ❄️💦🌬🌧☀️🌊☔️👍👍
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theinnovativemagnolia Dec 10
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