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  • Denise Dutenhoffer

    The Artful Child: The Art of Numbers: Counting Rings

  • Julie

    Counting Rings -- great for math center

  • Ricci Rodgers

    Counting Rings -- one for each student, can also use pipe cleaners

  • Alicia Mersiovsky

    Counting Rings -- Could be used to practice math facts of all kinds add, subtract, multiply even divide

  • Brigette Webb

    Counting Rings -- one for each student or maybe for number bond bracelets

  • Tonya Arnold

    Counting Rings -- one for each student ( could use bigger rings and more beads and would help children in counting forward, backwards, addition and subtraction facts)

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