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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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Quick images to represent and compare numbers

Quick images to represent and compare numbers
During this school year, students have learned to represent numbers using a variety of strategies, including counters, tally marks, number lines and tens frames. Ten frames are a great way to not only help students represent numbers but also help…
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Not Just Evens and Odds

Not Just Evens and Odds
If you add two odd numbers will your answer be an even or odd number? What about two even numbers? Will those results always be true? The idea of evens and odds may seem simple but it is a powerful…
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Ten Frames – Why they are awesome!

Ten Frames – Why they are awesome!
Ten-frames are a simple graphic tool that allow children to "see" number values.  They are used in Pre-K through 2nd grade to represent values, build an understanding of ten, relate ten to place value in numbers greater than ten, help…
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