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ESPN sports figures
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dhays
Posted 10/29/2006 7:44 PM (#1222)
Subject: ESPN sports figures
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Nice connections between sports math and physics. The lesson plans and activity sheets are very good. The kids do like the videos also.
http://sportsfigures.espn.com/sportsfigures/lessonplan.htm
bperry
Posted 10/29/2006 7:52 PM (#1223 - in reply to #1222)
Subject: RE: ESPN sports figures


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These videos are nice.

Congrats on the 3 green stars for 75!
dhays
Posted 10/31/2006 8:12 PM (#1240 - in reply to #1222)
Subject: RE: ESPN sports figures
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I can only dream about what 209 feels like!?!?! Thanks for the encourangement.
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