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  • EDU346Smith

    The Ten Commandments of Math Anchor Chart for a 4th grade math class!

  • Jennifer Lynn

    The Ten Commandments of Math... I can use this in high school, right?

  • Michelle Swenson

    The Ten Commandments of Math - Need this in my classroom!

  • Debra Williams

    The Ten Commandments of Math--- I want to make the 10 commandments of language arts

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I love this! I would change the order to suit what I think is priority (like not using pen first).

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I would do this for multiplication and division, turn it into small laminated cards for each math folder. And then force my kids who don't know their facts to use them!

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