The Resource These rocks count!
- These rocks count!
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- Alison Formento ; illustrated by Sarah Snow
- "Mr. Tate's class is about to learn there's more to rocks than being dirty lumps on the ground. On this field trip they're visiting the rocky ridge mountains to learn about rocks. At first the children think rocks will be boring, but they soon learn that rocks are all around us in ways we might not expect--such as glass and toothpaste"--
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- These things count!
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