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Use "Turkey Toes" to count odd and even. Steven needs evens and Todd likes odds. Write numbers on paper plates to put around each guy when you are finished counting.

5 ways to write a number...make an example with a lower number for my first graders :)

The students can manipulate the beads on the bracelet to see the parts that make up a whole number. Now who wants to make me some number beads?!

FUN Ways to Make the Most of Your Anchor Charts! Even though these are from a primary classroom, they are BEAUTIFUL!

Here's a form where students must represent a division problem in 5 different ways. Nice introduction to the concept.

apple activity... can be used with multiplication also.

Really nice set of printables for practice with the numbers 1-20.

Hoe maak je 5? Wat moet je bij het ontbrekende gat invullen wil je 5 krijgen? Printbladen t/m het getal 10.

Primary Punch: Anchor Charts. Ways to write a number.

Number bracelets.....I can see this really helping my girls. :-)

Our 3rd grade math teacher explicitly talks about different strategies our students use and makes anchor charts to display in her classroom. I love how these posters share this information.

I love tactile things for learning to write also a great example of how to talk to parents about everyday math