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Topics: Starter  Combinations  Problem Solving  Shape
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How Many Squares 1?
 How Many Squares 2?
How Many Triangles 1?

How Many Triangles 2?  How Many Triangles 3?
How Many Rectangles?
 Rectangles Investigation 
Icosahedron
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