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For K teachers: do your students know how to recognize/write out of order all numbers to 100 by the end of the year? I always thought counting to 100 was pretty standard, but our first grade teachers think they should enter 1st being able to write them and recognize them. Mine can always write them on a chart, but not all can write them when told to. What do you think? Thanks.
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  • Bon Crowder On 11/30/10, Maureen wrote: > On 9/07/05, catherine wrote: >> On 4/12/05, Jacque/WA/K-1 wrote: >>> Developmentally, children will write numbers backwards until they are >>> 8 years old---after that it could be a sign of...See More
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  • Maureen On 9/07/05, catherine wrote: > On 4/12/05, Jacque/WA/K-1 wrote: >> Developmentally, children will write numbers backwards until they are >> 8 years old---after that it could be a sign of dyslexia. > > Can you suggest any rea...See More
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  • Kim On 4/09/09, Kim wrote: > On 2/07/04, Kelly in MD wrote: >> Our district REALLY sucks in math...both in expectations and in >> curriculm (they thought it would be a good idea to make up their >> own). Anyway are you ready for ...See More
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  • Kim On 2/07/04, Kelly in MD wrote: > Our district REALLY sucks in math...both in expectations and in > curriculm (they thought it would be a good idea to make up their > own). Anyway are you ready for this...kindergarteners must count > t...See More
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  • KIM On 9/21/05, Staci wrote: > On 4/07/05, Megan George wrote: >> On 2/07/04, Kelly in MD wrote: >>> Our district REALLY sucks in math...both in expectations and >> in >>> curriculm (they thought it would be a good ...See More
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