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Thinking I will have them compare and the "how many more" the winner has can be placed on a number chart (0-20?). They must use math talk to tell "how many more" they have. First person to fill the chart wins.

Here's a set of 16 "I have, who has?" cards on fraction, decimal, and percent equivalents. Perfect for a center activity and an assessment while the kids are playing. I have also played the "who has" with spellign & vocabulary. You can play again & again!! I will use with 4th grade & 6th grade math interventions. Also find a template & make your own for other areas.

Play-Doh and Craft Stick Number Line

Aprender Brincando: Matemática na Educação Infantil

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The Secret to Teaching Handwriting

Exploring lines: using hand drawn lines on rocks for play. Challenging pre-writers to distinguish between straight and curved lines to help build their understanding of shape and help establish correct letter and number formation later. Visit for more.

How to make a Sun Dial and other summer activity ideas

Mais Atividades de Coordenação Motora ~ " Cantinho do Educador Infantil "

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[Future Play] My goal in the future is to be an Explorer and travel the world. I want to go to new places, try new food, and learn about different cultures. This image represents Voluntary play, as I will choose to travel, where I want to go, and what I want to see. Continuation Desire play is also associated with this image because chances are, I won't want to come home after I start traveling.