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    • Ashlee Simmons

      3rd grade math

    • Amanda Casebere

      This packet has word cards for important vocabulary words in the Math Common Core State Standards for 3rd Grade. The cards are illustrated to help students understand the meaning of each word. They are also color-coded by domain. I also have Language Arts Word Wall Cards available. $

    • Tina Thorp

      Talk about easy! Color coded with images on cards for math vocabulary wall that coincide with CCSS. Where's the staple button? "It's that easy"

    • Amber R.
      • 3 years ago

      Gin, I have some math word wall cards in PDF format. Would you like me to email them to you? :)

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