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  • sachi

    Great idea to use with word families, too Math center: following directions and number matching

  • Stephanie Culp

    Pre k math stations

  • Traci Katz

    number recognition activity that also incorporates fine motor skills

  • Teresa Klaege

    number identification and following directions. Could do with finding sums or differences.

  • Stephanie R

    Number recognition (great busy bag idea). Easily changed to letter recognition activity..

  • Kelly Schlagel

    Bridge to school idea

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