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three dimensional shapes

three dimensional shapes

I don't think i ever knew this... i always used the (ex. 9x3= the number below the # being multipled by 9 .. like 2 then the second number is whatever is added to get 9 ... answer 7)... hope that makes sense lol :)

How to Multiply by 9 Using your Fingers

I don't think i ever knew this... i always used the (ex. 9x3= the number below the # being multipled by 9 .. like 2 then the second number is whatever is added to get 9 ... answer 7)... hope that makes sense lol :)

10 Educational Crafts

10 Educational Crafts for family fun

10 Educational Crafts

Fall Math packet freebie with Missing Addends, More and Less with 3 digit numbers, and Comparing Numbers

Fall Math packet freebie with Missing Addends, More and Less with 3 digit numbers, and Comparing Numbers

Great trick for teaching how to make 10. Students use a highlighter to find the "10" and then circle the other number with a crayon. Brilliant!

Great trick for teaching how to make 10. Students use a highlighter to find the "10" and then circle the other number with a crayon. Brilliant!

Step by Step Directions of how to teach making a 10 to add that includes a ton of fun activities for first grade math stations

Step by Step Directions of how to teach making a 10 to add that includes a ton of fun activities for first grade math stations

Telling time anchor chart

Telling time anchor chart

Fact family anchor chart for first grade

Fact family anchor chart for first grade

Subtraction - 4 Worksheets

Subtraction - 4 Worksheets

Making a 10 to Add ideas and resources that make this tricky concept way easier

Making a 10 to Add ideas and resources that make this tricky concept way easier

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