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  • Allison Aubrey

    subtraction regrouping - website also has dance moves to go along with it!

  • Andrea Flagiello

    The Colorful Apple: Throwback Thursday: Math Subtraction Poem with Dance Moves- Fun way to teach regrouping!

  • Hannah Young

    The poem's fine, but check out the dance moves/actions to go with it! This is a fantastic idea for teaching regrouping (2nd grade?)

  • Kelly McCall

    Smiling in Second Grade: math

  • Terri Snook

    The poem's fine, but check out the dance moves/actions to go with it! This is a fantastic idea for teaching regrouping. I love the dance moves just not very confident that this group will get it. Maybe one or two kids will get it.

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