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Year 4 - Mr Hinton Sep 17
Practicing our times tables outside in the sun!
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Alissa Keane Sep 17
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Ms. King 23h
How do your students practice multiplication?! Saw this online and the kiddos loved it! Write the equation on the outside and the answer on the inside. Once they answer correctly, they can stack the cup.
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Joono OpenStory 3h
It's a book that show how works, recommend for Kids who use iPad for learning
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twoboysandadad Sep 19
"I've developed a 3 part PowerPoint that keeps students through embedded questions on each slide. There are also printables that are used in conjunction as guided practice. Check out my blog post for a more in-depth look!"
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Tara Grove Sep 20
Playing SNAKE and working on multiplication! ⁦⁩
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Loved being in class today! The kids rocked their zombie multiplication breakout.
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Bonchose K Setume Sep 17
You will be celebrated. I see an uplifting upon your life in Jesus Mighty Name.
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Joono OpenStory 5h
A book that shows how works with blocks, learning math is fun!
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Mrs. Gordiano Sep 19
Practicing our multiplication facts and our problem solving skills by playing a harvest festival game! Practicing and playing a game πŸ‘πŸ½
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Joono OpenStory 9h
Start building mind with area for children: γ€ŒArea Math」
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James PT 23h
RT LearningMole: Multiplication trick to learn number 9 times table. Learningmole
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Mr Q Sep 15
Replying to @literallyjustq
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{AC-a-d'AM'ic} K-12 Sep 19
SJ talking us through Area Model during our session! πŸ‘©πŸ½β€πŸ«πŸ’»πŸ‘¨πŸ½β€πŸ’»βœπŸ½πŸ“šπŸ“—βœ”οΈπŸ’― …
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7 Generation Games Sep 20
Get Making Camp Lakota. Practice , skills and be introduced to history and culture.
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Maria Healy Sep 20
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Maurice McFadden Sep 19
Problem solving 4 digit questions in our 6/7M math groups. .
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Paul Jamie Kidd 17h
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Madison Cross Roads Sep 20
β€œHow many groups did you make for a total of 20?” 🀚🏼 HANDS ON βœ‹πŸΌ in 3rd grade class 😎
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Paul Jamie Kidd Sep 19
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