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  • Suzie Ciscar

    Subtraction Poem #kids #school #math #subtraction

  • Sandra Hodgers

    teaching ideas hahaha i cud of done with this in my school days will be handy for my kids though!!!

  • Quincy Booker

    This looks like the easiest anchor chart for subtraction that I've ever seen. #subtraction #strategies #teaching #math #posters #anchor #chart #school #kids Repinned from Vanna Tremblay: Subtraction

  • Carol Bonde

    Subtraction poem plus other classroom ideas.

  • Danielle Lee-Smith

    2nd Grade Math: Subtraction poem

  • Joanne Hunter

    subtraction poem; great for elementary school teachers!

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