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Interactive video lesson plan for: Sudden Dozen

Activity overview:

Great new card game that is fun to play and teaches fractions. There are four suits: Chocolate, Blueberry, Rasberry Jelly, and Green Apple. Thirteen cards per suit including a zero card. Use the graphics to help students understand that donuts can be fractional parts of a dozen.

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