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Category: Numbers and Number Sense

4 Things You Need to Know to Develop Number Sense

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How Will Subitizing Help My Students?

Subitizing can be one of those skills that we know our students need to have but we aren’t sure when or how to go about making this happen. I want to clear subitizing up for you and to give you some “I can implement this tomorrow” activities to use in

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Understanding the Count Sequence

Your kindergartners can count to 10, or 20 or even 100. But you ask them what number comes after 8 and your most struggling learners start counting back at one to figure it out. They know the count sequence but they don’t understand the count sequence.  Understanding the count sequence

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Double Ten Frames

Double ten frames are such a strong visual representation of teen numbers. The best part? It is a versatile tool as well! You can use the double ten frame to develop a deep understanding of teen number but also to build an understanding of the benchmarks of five and ten,

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