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Ms. Liang Jun 3
Let's hop backwards to subtract! Are you ready?!
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Kristin Peoples M. Ed Mar 3
Exploring subtraction strategies with counting bears
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Holly Tate Nov 9
How many? We had a pretty cool ⁦⁩ with this this morning!
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TheEternalMuse Nov 21
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Amy Nowlin Feb 11
Cooperative learning makes math more fun! We used sage & scribe today! 🧮💚✏️
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Liz McCaw Jan 15
Looking forward to reading my new math book, delivery delayed due to all this amazing snow.
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Tim Brzezinski Dec 13
Today, in my son’s class, we had creating solids out of card stock & then exploring & analyzing them further in ! 🙂
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Megan Louis Dec 11
One more or one less... we put our minds and bodies to the test today! 🤗
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Kayla Woods Feb 6
A little number bond fun in math today! How many ways can you make 5?
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JUMP Math Jan 20
Kindergarten & Early years (CA) teachers! Join Catherine this Thursday to be inspired about your ongoing assessment strategies!
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megan_peschke Apr 6
“Virtual kindergarten Math” seemed very abstract and tricky for me to teach because of the daily routines and it’s tactile hands-on nature. With we made number corner happen!
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Ms. Liang Jun 2
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Carly Warcholik Dec 3
We learned about graphs today in my kindergarten placement. What’s your favorite color?
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Holly Tate Dec 30
We are loving our new Which One Doesn’t Belong book! Such a great avenue for learning some vocabulary while also critically thinking— highly recommend to my mommy and daddy friends
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JUMP Math Apr 21
Educators, interested in free kindergarten webinars? More spots have been added to April, & look for more to come in May!
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LKCrawley Dec 13
Holiday crafts and math! Comparing lengths & nonstandard units of measurement. We love math in our class!!
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Becky Kepiro Jan 23
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Sunland Elementary Mar 19
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Brockport Ginther Nov 7
Mrs. Corsaro’s students are learning how to duplicate, continue, and create patterns during math stations
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Susan Peck Nov 21
Lots of sorting and graphing this week including our stinky shoes!
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