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James PT 1h
RT LearningMole: Different tools to teach kids addition and subtraction.
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James PT 1h
RT LearningMole: Do you want to have cheerios as a treat? Learn addition and subtraction with cheerios!
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Mark Rosenfeld LMSW, MRAS Dec 5
Your Mental Health Doesn’t Define You! If you are suffering from any mental health issue, always reach out. The holidays can be tough on ANYONE.
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Joono OpenStory Dec 10
「Interactive Addition」 Practice , starting on iPad
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Kimberly Rabb Dec 6
Math Kahoot! Friday! A w/ technology intergration while applying addition word problems strategies! My scholars had a ball! Will do this again!
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MorayPSPlay Dec 3
Using numbered balls 🎱 to make our own chimney sums this morning. The children decided whether they wanted to add or subtract ➕➖
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Perfectdomain.com Dec 8
The new domain name finaladditions .com has been listed for sale at , buy it before its gone! click here:
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Joono OpenStory Dec 9
and workbook for children Learning for kids
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Mass Architect, LLC 21h
Phase 1 front addition coming together! Phase 2 rear addition framing starting soon by Fontenot Contracting!
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maximillian muhammad Dec 2
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Joono OpenStory Dec 9
Learning Sound with ? Try this book on iPad, iBooks, Simple and easy to interact with Kids
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Mrs. Wood Dec 4
Check out my first mathematician to earn a certificate for !!! ➕ Way to go!!!
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Home Guy Dec 6
Are Millennials Planning to Rent Forever?
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Joono OpenStory Dec 4
「Interactive Addition」 Use iPad to learn , Remember to Ask, Touch and Swipe..
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AdvanceDesignStudio 20h
A new addition to your existing home means freedom to fully customize the design, embracing passive solar design principles, and living in your home with less interruptions during production.
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James PT Dec 10
RT LearningMole: Could you count from 1 to 20? Lego counting game for kids. Learningmole math
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Mrs. Bowes 2nd Grade Dec 9
Working with addition today as students practice the strategy of “counting on”. Students used dominoes to help reinforce the strategy.
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Miss.Mauricio Dec 9
Working backwards and thinking about the many different ways we can create the sum of 756 using two numbers!
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Joono OpenStory Dec 8
Interactive : Learning for children and kids on iBooks, iPhone, iPad
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mel baker Dec 7
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