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Easy and Fun Way to Teach Combinations!

How can you use toys to teach Combinations in Math? Click on the picture above or here to read more about how to incorporate toys into both an inquiry activity and learning stations in Math!
Lisa Manes
Lisa Manes • 2 years ago

Using Toys to Teach Combinations in Math

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