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Teaching Kids to Count in Preschool and Kindergarten with One-to-One Correspondence. Help kids develop strong number sense with one-to-one counting opportunities.

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Number Talks in Kindergarten

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Zooming in on Number Lines

Number lines are so important in elementary math. Students who can work with number lines efficiently and flexibly develop strong number sense and deep understanding of number relationships. In {this post} on All Things Upper Elementary, I blogged about how I use number lines to teach rounding. While we were reviewing rounding this week, …

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Subitizing- Building Strong Number Sense in Kindergarten

A kindergarten blog for kindergarten teachers. Sharing math, literacy, languagea arts, common core and more.

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Subitizing- Building Strong Number Sense in Kindergarten

A kindergarten blog for kindergarten teachers. Sharing math, literacy, languagea arts, common core and more.

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August / September Interactive Math Journal Kindergarten

August / September Back to School Interactive Math Journals for Kindergarten! Help your students develop a strong number sense (1-10) with these fun interactive math journals!

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Fine motor maths activity - counting using pipe cleaners and beads - my kids loved this today! This is just an image with no link to a website, but I think it would make an awesome math and fine motor center in any special education or kindergarten classroom setting. Matching quantity to numerals is a great way to build early and strong number sense.

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