What's the Matter? A Science Unit and a freebie!

I know this is my second time posting today, but I finally finished the Science unit and I wanted to let you know that it is available for purchase in my TN shop! And keep reading for details about how to win this unit FO FREE!

Here is the final preview:



I can't wait to use this with my class!

Annnd because I love you and missed you all so, here is a freebie from the unit!


Okay, so here's the deal! The first two people to comment on this post will win a copy of this unit! Please make sure to include your email in the comment!

144 comments:

  1. Glad you are feeling better! Looks like a wonderful science unit!

    ~Ashlee
    ashleenewberry@hotmail.com

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  2. This would be great for my first graders! Thanks so much Ginger Snaps!
    heydanvi@gmail.com

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  3. Looks awesome! We still need to do matter before the end of the year!!
    kristenkennedy5@gmail.com

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  4. I would love to win a copy of this unit for my friend, Kelly Rigler. She teaches third grade science and has an awesomely interactive and engaging classroom!

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  5. Ooo I love teaching matter!

    Marvelousmultiagers@gmail.com

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  6. I've just come across your blog and love the ideas you have! I would love to win a copy of your unit on matter - my kids would really enjoy it! My e-mail is dhahabu75@yahoo.com Thanks, Julie

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  7. This looks great! Can't have enough science units! ;)

    Gladys
    Teachinginhighheels(at)gmail(dot)com

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  8. Gosh...this makes me so sad that I don't teach science :(

    It looks great, Ginger. So glad to "see" you doing better.

    Elizabeth
    Fun in Room 4B

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  9. Wow! Looks great!
    kcahcrim@comcast.net

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  10. I LOVE this! I am teaching this unit to my third graders after spring break! It is so cute!

    The REAL Teachers of Orange County

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  11. sorry- here's my email: realocteachers@gmail.com

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  12. It's looks like I might be first! WOOHOO! Did I win?
    ~Lorraine
    Fabulous 4th Grade Froggies
    rainee2011@gmail.com

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  13. Looks cute!!
    sweettimesinfirst@gmail.com

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  14. These look fantastic! These would be great for my states of matter unit!

    Sgentry@harbourschool.org

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  15. I love this unit.

    ~Jennifer
    theparkers04@hotmail.com

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  16. Looks awesome! I hope I'm one!

    -Kiah
    kiah.m.berg@gmail.com

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  17. WOW! This is amazing!

    Chrissy readwritesing@yahoo.com

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  18. This is so cute!!

    nadostaler@yahoo.com

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  19. I love this!!

    alexandra.valerio1@gmail.com

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  20. yay! Matter is my fav!
    Rachel.lamb81@gmail.com

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  21. I love I love! thelocoteacher@gmail.com

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  22. I can't be the first????
    jenross1018@yahoo.com

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  23. Looks cute.

    aliciamckee1st@gmail.com

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  24. I love this! Ashleylandreth@embarqmail.com
    I can't wait to see it all!!!

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  25. Looks like a great unit.My 4th graders would love it.

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  26. I love the looks of this. This would be a great review for PASS testing.
    martha.mason@kcsdschools.net

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  27. I love this unit! We just taught it!! lfagan227@gmail.com

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  28. I would love a copy. Looks awesome!

    swimmingintosecond@att.net

    Swimming into Second

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  29. so cute!

    kimberlycollatos@comcast.net

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  30. I love this unit! I hope I win!
    Darlene
    jdsargo@sbcglobal.net

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  31. OMG! Am I really the first to comment? This unit looks awesome, as does all of your work!

    Thanks! Wendy
    onehappyteacher26@gmail.com

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  32. Oh this is so great! I hope I win.

    taskcard123@yahoo.com


    Yearn to Learn Blog

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  33. Am I really the first one? No way! This looks WONDERFUL!!! My email is becky@dots-n-spots.com
    :)

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  34. Love your products. They are the best!!
    ddtt1973@yahoo.com

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  35. Oh goodness I would LOVE to have this! This is amazing! You sure have been busy while you were gone!

    Thanks for the chance! Glad you're back and doing well! :)

    katherine
    katherine[dot]loiry[at]gmail[dot]com
    Third Grade Teacher Files

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  36. So cute!! Can't wait to use it!!

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  37. We've already covered Matter, but this would serve as a great review for my class.

    cotoclaudia@gmail.com

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  38. So cute!! Can't wait to use it in the classroom!!

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  39. I love your enthusiasm and look forward to graduating in three weeks with my BS and Education minor. I am so excited to get into a classroom and help students reach their greatest potential. I love your site and hope that I can create one too. I am a science major who loves inquiry into why and I think this site rocks! Thanks!

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  40. This unit looks FABULOUS! I happened to see your post yesterday about a preview! I teach Matter to my third graders in a few weeks. I would love it!

    Krista
    mehrtens6@gmail.com
    stellar-students

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  41. You're willing to share a matter unit for FREE? I hope that I am a lucky recipient! Our matter unit is coming up later in April:) Otherwise I'll track it down at TpT! Thank you!

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  42. Hey, I am teaching matter now! I could use these to make my unit WAY more interesting!!
    Thanks for the ideas -
    mrspaulson@yahoo.com

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  43. Amazing and just what I was looking for. We are studying matter right now! My 2nd graders are loving this unit and from what I can see by your picture of what is in your unit, you probably have are just as excited as they are to teach it to your students :-) Your unit definitely would compliment what I teach well and extend my activities and resources! EXCELLENT JOB!

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  44. Love it... perfect timing just starting Matter in a couple weeks. Erin. My email is egiles@cisdv.bc.ca

    Thanks so much!!

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  45. I'm not sure if my other post worked. I'd love a copy of this unit. Erin- egiles@cisdv.bc.ca

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  46. I really love all the cute things you make!! Thanks for sharing!

    hales216@gmail.com

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  47. I would love to win this unit!
    lraines78@gmail.com

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  48. I want a copy!! :)

    Melly
    staplersstrategies@gmail.com

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  49. Thanks for the Freebie! We were pulling together items for this topic today at a workshop. I will add this to my folder! :-)

    mrssolano@yahoo.com

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  50. This is fabulous...and I would love to be able to use it in my classroom!

    Christine
    Cutekids2.cj@gmail.com

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  51. Oh! So excited...hope I'm the first to comment :)

    youelcm@lcps.k12.va.us

    LOOKS FANTASTIC!

    Chrissy
    Adventures in Second Grade

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  52. I love this unit. I am a student teacher and I have to teach a science lesson for my practicum and I would love to use some of your materials. Thank you! jessshap@earthlink.net

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  53. Just love this matter unit. It would be perfect for my 2nd grade students.

    Wendy
    wendydarcy@k12.waltham.ma.us

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  54. Love it for 2nd grade !

    Wendy
    wendydarcy@k12.waltham.ma.us

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  55. Love this unit! I am getting ready to start my matter unit next week! hessergirl@gmail.com

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  56. I love what I can see of this unit I wish I would have had this a couple of weeks ago

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  57. Ginger, I would love to have this unit to use with my 4th grade ELL students next year! They always struggle to understand the academic language in science, so I appreciate the differentiated instruction this unit offers! Thanks from Britta Dokes.
    brittadokes@gmail.com

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  58. Looks like a creative way to take notes and gain the concepts needed to learn.
    beverlybasham@ftc-i.net

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  59. Love this!
    Janine

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  60. Ginger I would love to have this unit to use with my 4th grade ELL students! They always struggle with academic language in science, so I appreciate the differentiated instruction this unit offers! Thanks from Britta Dokes.
    brittadokes@gmail.com

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  61. Oops!
    I still love this unit.

    Janine Lapan
    J9L0414@comcast.net

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  62. Ginger, I would love to have this unit to use with my 4th grade ELL students next year! They always struggle to understand the academic language in science, so I appreciate the differentiated instruction this unit offers! Thanks from Britta Dokes.
    brittadokes@gmail.com

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  63. This looks great, Ginger! I am starting my matter unit next week. Thanks for sharing !

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  64. Ginger, this looks like a great unit for matter.
    Thanks,
    Melanie
    mhawk83@verizon.net

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  65. Love this!
    Janine

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  66. Fabulous looking unit!

    krgs@pcgirl.net

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  67. Hi,
    I love your blog! And I would love to use your unit!!

    Thanks!
    Bev Wunderlin
    bwunderlin@lincoln27.net

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  68. My comment isn't being posted :( I love this unit...I love yor work!
    Janine

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  69. Love it...I love all your work actually.

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  70. I would love to get this science unit for free to use with my girls. tchilluffo@gmail.com
    if this is a duplicate please disregard. thank you and I like your site just stumbled upon it.

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  71. Hi,

    I love your blog! And I would love to use your blog!!

    Thanks!
    Bev Wunderlin
    bwunderlin@lincoln27.net

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  72. Thanks for the freebie!! and all the awesome stuff!! I just found you on FB!

    Am i one of the 2 to get a copy of the unit?!!
    If so, lisa.horn92@yahoo.com

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  73. I love your blog!!

    Lisa.horn92@yahoo.com

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  74. This looks like a bunch of great activiities to go along with matter!! :) I hope I can get the opportunity to use it in my classroom!!
    jdial@willisisd.org

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  75. Looks like a great unit! Hope I'm one of the first to comment!

    Amy
    Krazy About Kiddos

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  76. This looks awesome!! I teach matter to my 3rd graders in the fall. This would be a great addition to my resources. You create excellent work :)

    heatherie73@gmail.com

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  77. This looks like an AWESOME unit!!! I would love to use it with my class! Great job, Ginger!!! You ROCK!!! My email address is achildre@greenville.....

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  78. This looks fantastic! I would love to use this with my students!

    Barb Bredlow
    bbredlow@nen.k12.mo.us

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  79. This looks adorable!!

    Lisa
    fsuteach81@yahoo.com

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  80. Looks awesome! What a great idea for science :) kperez07@gmail.com

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  81. This looks AWESOME!!!! You have done a great job!!! jaime77@sc.rr.com

    Jaime Y

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  82. And...I didn't follow directions! My email is: nicmeurlin@gmail.com

    Thanks:)

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  83. Fantastic!!! I've seen quite a few elementary science units on matter, and this one is the best by far. Thank you for sharing!

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  84. Looks great!
    jkundrik@yahoo.com

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  85. This looks so much fun... I would love to share it with my class.....

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  86. Thank you for creating this!

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  87. Ginger,
    So glad to have you back! Love all of the goodies in this unit!

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  88. I think this looks terrific! Thanks for sharing a freebie!

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  89. We are staring out unit on matter right after our spring break! I can't wait to use this!

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  90. I guess I'm not that good at following directions...students rubbing off on me! My email is cbirdsong@hampton.k12.va.us

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  91. We have been working on matter in class right now! Can't wait to get some new things to use! Thanks, Ann
    ann.esters@warren.kyschools.us

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  92. Hello! I am a first year teacher in third grade! I was so happy to stumble across your blog! This unit on matter looks amazing!! Thank you so much for sharing! I'll be sure to check in as much as I can! Love your stuff! :o) davenport.caitlin@gmail.com

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  93. We have been working on matter in class! Can't wait to use some new things with my kiddos. Thanks!
    ann.esters@warren.kyschools.us

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  94. I would love to win your unit. I will be beginning my Matter Unit soon.
    Linda
    laiello@cox.net

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  95. We have been working on matter in class. I can't wait to have some new things to use with my students! THANKS!
    ann.esters@warren.kyschools.us

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  96. Wow! This looks like a great unit!

    ✿Becky✿
    aubecky@hotmail.com
    2nd Grade Rocks!

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  97. This is so cute and would be perfect for my daughter right now. I'm a homeschooler...not a public school teacher if that's ok!

    cojudy@hotmail.com

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  98. The unit looks amazing! We always talk about your blog in the faculty lounge! You have so many great ideas and activities. Thanks for sharing! Lynn

    Lynn.rubin23@gmail.com

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  99. I love your items!! Just started my matter unit!!!!

    Lynnelle
    snowgirls@att.net

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  100. This unit looks amazing! We always talk about your blog in our faculty lounge! You have such wonderful ideas and activities. Thanks for sharing! Lynn

    Lynn.rubin23@gmail.com

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  101. Looks like a great unit!
    Sukifirst@comcast.net

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  102. Too cute! This looks like a great unit. jlchupp@gmail dot com

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  103. oops, me me me please! Ebethteach@gmail.com yay! Your creations are awesome!

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  104. I am doing this right now. This looks GREAT!

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  105. I want!!!! This looks awesome!

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  106. Thanks for all the freebies = parsons96@yahoo.com

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  107. Love this! Mnbcp6@gmail.com

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  108. Love this unit! You are so creative! heatherrfranks@gmail.com

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  109. This is a great looking unit! You are so creative! Love it!

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  110. Am I really the first to comment eight hours later?!? Can't believe it! Glad I stopped by before heading to bed :D This unit is so neat! micca.russell@gmail.com

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  111. Hope Its me that is ist to comment. The unit looks fantastic and I'm teaching matter next term. Thanks. robynshore@gmail.com

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  112. Don't know if yoyu got my first comment as it didn't come up but I would love this unit. Thanks robynshore@gmail.com

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  113. Wow! This looks amazing! I love teaching states of matter :) Thank you!

    katyheyes@gmail.com

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  114. This unit looks so great!! I'm about to start my matter unit and would LOVVVE this unit to use! Keep up the amazing work!

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  115. This looks really fun for the students! We are getting ready to learn this skill in Science, and this would be a great addition to the boring text book! I didn't see a grade level, but this looks to be appropriate for intermediate grades. My email address tracy4jc@yahoo.com, or tracyw4jc@gmail.com

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  116. looks awesome AND its my next science unit!!
    tiffanymanning@hotmail.com

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  117. Ginger,
    This unit looks like so much fun. I've been doing matter for a while now and it's nice to see something new with the topic. Thanks for creating it.
    claire
    www.firstgradesmarties.blogspot.com
    odiet1@primelink1.net

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  118. Looks like a fabulous unit!!

    Ali
    alischepis(at)gmail(dot)com
    An Education Lasts a Lifetime

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  119. This unit is darling! Thanks for the freebie:)
    -astemen@falcon.bgsu.edu

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  120. This looks great!

    Cathy I.
    mrsirwinsclass@gmail.com

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  121. This looks great!

    Cathy I.
    mrsirwinsclass@gmail.com

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  122. Great for my gifted little ones!!!

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  123. Looks Awesome! Hope I am first!

    kel3coleman@yahoo.com

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  124. Looks Awesome! Hope I am first!

    kel3coleman@yahoo.com

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  125. This unit looks great! I love reading your posts. You have great ideas to make learning fun!!! sharon.washington96@yahoo.com Thanks for the freebie!!!

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  126. What an amazing unit!! I wish I wasn't just finishing up Matter!! Saving it for next year!!!!
    ☼Kate
    To The Square Inch

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  127. Can I please have a copy of this? I would LOVE to use it for next year with my third graders!!

    dseefried@ufl.edu

    Thanks!

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