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Math-Number Sense

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Today's Number (1. Write It, 2. Draw it, 3. Times Two, 4. Divide 2, 5. Add 57, 6. Subtract 5, 7. Next 3 even numbers, 8. Next 3 odd numbers)

First with Franklin: Common Core Math Sheets- FREE!

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Ways to Write a Number, Great visual!

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math journal - an be adjusted for older or younger kids.

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A fun and low prep game to work on finding 10 more or 10 less than a number. First and second grade CCSS

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Print on cardstock and laminate for daily warm up at the beginning of year.

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Fact Family Freebie - Roll 2 dice!

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math flowers

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Number Sense Practice

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Math Coach's Corner: 2nd Grade

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Math sorts - really like this idea!

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This is a one page document that can be used as part of a math journal. Teachers can choose a different number each day. Can be adjusted for older or younger kids.

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Today's Number Is ______________

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Common Core Math

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Guess my number

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Number routines

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This would go well with calendar math.

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number of the day activities

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math game

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Math journal

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Hundreds Chart Teaching Tool

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Math Routine to begin class - use with bigger numbers, decimals, fractions EVERY DAY.

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Correlation between money and units, rods, and flats

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nice

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I like the idea of this, but would need to adapt for first grade.

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