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  • Jodi Deits

    math center starter kit! {printables}

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    This pack includes everything you need to create your own classroom math center!! Make an office on a tri-fold board, create a math reference bulletin board, or simply use the pieces in a math journal/folder! Inside, you'll find everything shown in my completed project: *9 examples with labels: add subtract add/subtract double-digits multiply divide compare measure skip count *14 reference sheets: math symbols add/subtract/multiply/divide key ...

  • Jessica Berry

    writing center starter kit! {printables}

  • Micka Lebrun

    ACupcakefortheTeacher Shop - Math Center

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