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Find nearly any book by Jennifer Jacobson. Math: Great Games for the Overhead, Grades 1-3. by Jennifer Jacobson. ISBN 9780439471145 (978-0-439-47114-5) Softcover, Scholastic Professional Books, 2003.
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