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Hi! What are some of your go-to activities for having kids do simple counting/making sets to 10, add and take away etc? Looking for whole-group activities to start. Thanks.
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  • Jessie I used white cotton balls to represent snowballs. We added and subtracted using stories about the snowballs. As small group work, I gave each group a snowman outline to fill in with cotton balls. The students had to cover the snowman and then coun...See More
    Jan 15, 2015
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  • Grandma I am curious as to what you would do with the child/children who are way beyond 1-10 activities entering your classrooms? I ask that because we are trying to determine the right placement for our soon to be 5 dgd. I volunteered in her older broth...See More
    Jan 18, 2015
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  • Sue Math and reading skills are great. What are her social skills like? Kindergarten is often as much a social experience as an academic one. I have never seen regression of skills in a kindergarten student, even if adaptations are not made for a hig...See More
    Jan 23, 2015
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  • Grandma Thanks. This child has older siblings and is a veryoutgoing and confident child. Here K is full day. We keptthree children and grandchildren out of K and just startedthem in first and they did just fine as a six or sevenyear old. The one we did start...See More
    Jan 23, 2015
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  • Jacque/WA/K-1/nbct 2006 I teach full day kindergarten and though I have a district mandated math curriculum that is whole group instruction, I manage to provide "Math Groups" after that which are open-ended or higher level.....higher kids may have to use two di...See More
    Jan 23, 2015
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