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  • Gerda Van Reenen

    DIY for School: great tool to show one more and less as well as ten more or less

  • Rose Doerksen

    Hundreds Chart Number Sense

  • Nereida Aleman

    100 Chart DIY for school...great tool to show one more and less as well as ten more or less - LOVE this!

  • Kelsie Springer

    Number sense? Great tool and visual for kids who can't see it naturally!

  • Hannah Hudson

    +1, -1, +10, -10 I like the Teacher Tipster's version with flaps over the four items

  • Carrie-Anne H

    show one more and less as well as ten more or less - GREAT for 2nd grade!

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