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What’s the ‘deal’ with maths these days?
It looked like a great lot of card-counting was going on as Cranbourne Primary School students cut from decks of Melbourne-made Queen’s Slippers cards.
The activities were part of a novel way to teach literacy and numeracy during Education Week.

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