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  • Donel Webber-Lyden

    This works!! This was my approach with my daughter this year for Kindergarten! We soared into 1st grade math quickly...How to solve math problems

  • TheWight House

    Math Strategies anchor chart. Students today have to write how they solved math problems - this will be so helpful!

  • Apryl Jewkes

    Math anchor chart. Gives the students many choices to solve math problems!

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