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Wagon Train Sketches and Situations

Module by: Interactive Mathematics Program. E-mail the authorEdited By: Interactive Mathematics Program, Christine Osborne

The Interactive Mathematics Program teacher materials have been moved to the Key Curriculum Press website. This link [http://www.keypress.com/keyonline] will take you to the login page. After creating an account for yourself, you’ll be able to access the full IMP Teacher’s Guide.

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