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• *Divided plate for math practice! 1. OA. 1- Represent and solve problems involving addition and subtraction. This is a good way to teach addition using a more kinesthetic, interactive way. When using math manipulatives, like pennies, children are using their one-to-one correspondents to count, and therefor better understanding the concept of addition.

• Math Plate - can use as Number Bonds

• Divided paper plate as a number bond. Love it.

• To introduce fact families. Part plus part equals whole. Dry erasable plastic plate with markers for the math center!

• Dr. Jean - Lots of Math Activities

• Math Plate. Click to see some other great math ideas!

• Perfect for math in focus number decomposition! Use a plastic plate and you can write with dry erase! Great to teach part part whole, fact families, etc.....AND number bonds!

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