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  • Roxanne Hayase

    The Princess and the Tot: Tot School Counting and number recognition

  • Jo Copland

    Maths ideas- good for fine motor

  • Christy Rojas

    one-to-one correspondence, number recognition, color recognition, and fine motor skills

  • Catherine Loomis

    Counting & Fine Motor Skills: Tot Trays

  • Kari Bourne

    This strategy would be a math center activity. Students work with number tickets and are to attach the matching color and correct number of paper clips to the ticket. This would reinforce the cardinality of numbers.

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