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www.mystery.org Think-pair-share. This video is 1920x855. Anchor Connection

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The start of a river’s water is called the source. Label the source of each river.

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More stuff about rivers. Look at this river, it looks like sandy milk. DISCUSS
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What do you notice about the rivers?
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In some places, two rivers can join together and make one bigger river.
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Hi Phil!

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Grade K-5
Topic Current Events And Trending Topics
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Grade K-5
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