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Subitizing and Shapes

Subitizing and Shapes
Check out this video by Graham Fletcher on connecting subtizing and geometry! https://gfletchy.com/fresh-ideas/
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Still struggling with counting?

Still struggling with counting?
Are your students still struggling with One to one correspondence? Check out this quick Origo One video! https://youtu.be/dvyLUpE6o7A
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Sorting with candy…Say What?

Sorting with candy…Say What?
In Kindergarten, students are required to classify objects into given categories; count the numbers of objects in each category and sort the categories by count. Organizing data into categories should begin with informal sorting experiences. Students should have numerous opportunities…
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Subitizing, A funny name for a serious topic!

Subitizing, A funny name for a serious topic!
Subitizing comes from the Latin word for "suddenly" and refers to our ability to instantly see how many dots or objects exist in front of them. Without counting, are you able to instantly recognize what number you rolled when you…
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