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    • Beth Vigneron

      Mrs. T's First Grade Class: 100 Rekenrek (ALSO a nice visual for patterns, adding, subtracting, grouping for times, etc!)

    • Jenny @ Luckeyfrog Learning

      Mrs. T's First Grade Class: 100 Rekenrek- need to make a couple of these for intervention groups!

    • Betsy Stein

      Mrs. T's First Grade Class: 100 Rekenrek with a video of learning ideas to use with it

    • Marianne Kropp

      Mrs. T's First Grade Class: 100 Rekenrek- Neat idea for making a 100 Rekenrek.

    • Sally Pearson

      Mrs. T's First Grade Class: 100 Rekenrek. Could make individual strings to 10

    • Elisabeth Moriarty

      Mrs. T's First Grade Class: 100 Rekenrek... Use pipe cleaner!

    • Ami Rouleau

      Mrs. T's First Grade Class: 100 Rekenrek -good idea!

    • Margaret Manalo

      Mrs. Ts First Grade Class: 100 Rekenrek

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