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• all about me numbers to kick off math journals

• Guided math ideas

• Right after announcements students grab a white board/math journal and join me on the carpet to complete all of the sections for the number of the day.

• 4th Grade Frolics - Morning Math Meeting board

• Math Morning Meeting

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We are learning about greater than, less than and equal to. I think this would be a fun way to keep them interested!

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