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    • Lisa Stacy

      Mrs. Kelly's Kindergarten: she has a lot of great center ideas

    • Tracy Kronewitter

      Idea for math stations, number recognition and matching. If you were to add dots you could count it as subitizing too.

    • Lindsay Lyles

      Easy number recognition, counting, and fine motor skill all in one.

    • Jane Farmer

      Mrs. Kellys Kindergarten: literacy work stations

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