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Little Minds at Work: Number Sense Routines Book Study: Chapter Four  free 100s chart

Number Sense Routines Book Study: Chapter Four

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Add some fun to your homeschooling math lessons with these math activities - 18 things to do with a hundreds chart.

18 Things to do with a Hundreds Chart {with a free printable}

Add some fun to your homeschooling math lessons with these math activities - 18 things to do with a hundreds chart.

18 Things to do with a Hundreds Chart {with a free printable}

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Counting to 100 is a tough skill for many little ones, but it is one that they are expected to master in the Common Core Standards for Kindergarten! I am now down to about eight students (out of 23) that are still unable to count to 100 successfully without assistance. As I have attempted to get them to master this skill, I decided to keep track of the different things that I have done to help them and share these things with you here today…

Teaching Kids to Count to 100

Counting to 100 is a tough skill for many little ones, but it is one that they are expected to master in the Common Core Standards for Kindergarten! I am now down to about eight students (out of 23) that are still unable to count to 100 successfully without assistance. As I have attempted to get them to master this skill, I decided to keep track of the different things that I have done to help them and share these things with you here today…


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