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    Print a free Race to 20 math game for preschool, kindergarten, or first grade. It also comes as a Race to 10 or Race to 30!

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    Luminous Learning Summer #Math Boosters workbook contains 30 expertly crafted lessons to help students succeed and prepare for the next grade. Built-in supports such as visual aids, step-by-step directions, and clear examples guide students as they practice and master essential math skills. A great resource for students with learning disabilities!

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    Hands-on Math centers for the beginning of the year

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    Dot markers and math! How fun!

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    K.NBT.1.a Compose numbers from 11-19 from a group of ten ones and additional ones using objects. K.NBT.1.b Decompose numbers from 11-19 into a group of 10 ones and additional ones using objects. K.CC.3.c. Print numbers from 0-20 when prompted K.CC.3.d. Recognize numbers from 11-20 out of sequence. K.CC.5.a. Count up to 20 objects that are in an order by answering the question “how many”.