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Number Sense and Place Value to 120 {Intervention, Special Ed}

Number Sense and Place Value daily practice sheets for first grade and special education students

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Word Problems and Vocabulary, First Grade Math {Intervention, Special Ed}

Math Vocabulary and Story Problems for first grade and special education students; 27 step-by-step lessons teaching join, separate, compare, combine, whole, and part word problems with numbers to 10

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Word Problems and Vocabulary, First Grade Math {Intervention, Special Ed}

Math Vocabulary and Story Problems for first grade and special education students; 27 step-by-step lessons teaching join, separate, compare, combine, whole, and part word problems with numbers to 10

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Create Bar Models based on Real-World Math Problems - Task Cards

Bar models are a crucial component in the Singapore math pedagogy. They provide a pictorial representation of the part-part-whole concept of large numbers and provide students with a strategy to solve multi- digit addition and subtraction problems, including real-world problems. The task cards included in this product are in alignment with CCSS 2.NBT.7 There are 24 task cards that present a real-world math problem and instruct students to create a bar model based on the problem…

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Score Some Points with Place Value Yahtzee!

This FREE Place Value Yahtzee game worked great in my math centers! The free score cards include 3-digit, 4-digit, 6-digit, and decimal numbers.

from Math Coach's Corner

The Difference Between Knowing and Understanding Place Value

What types of activities help students go beyond a surface understanding of place value?

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Buzz Worthy Ideas - 3 Math Routines to Build Number Sense

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Number Sense and Place Value to 120 {Intervention, Special Ed}

Number Sense and Place Value daily practice sheets for first grade and special education students

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5 Math Games Every Classroom Needs to Play