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Dez soluções de baixo custo da Morar Mais

O sofá-cama foi feito com 22 blocos de concreto empilhados, ao custo de 4,20 reais cada. Sobre eles, colchão e almofadas coloridas. Os nichos ainda ser usados para guardar sapatinhos.

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6-Pack! Place value 11-30

6-PACK! PLACE VALUE 11-30 - One skill, one format, 6 sheets. Just what you need at just the right price! As always, made to save you ink, time and money! $1.00

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Print and Go! Spring Garden Math and Literacy (NO PREP)

PRINT AND GO! SPRING GARDEN MATH AND LITERACY - Save your ink and time! Cute sheets that review lots of skills perfect for spring and garden themes! $

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Winter Math Worksheets & Activities No Prep

Kindergarten Winter Math Worksheets & Activities - Winter No Prep. A page from the unit: base ten blocks cut and paste match

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Place Value Freebie for Thanksgiving

Place Value Freebie for Thanksgiving Thanksgiving with all it's turkey stuffing and family celebrations is coming up fast! Looking for a way to practice place value with your students before the holiday? This Place Value Practice freebie is just what you need! Students will practice their understanding of ones tens hundreds and base ten blocks (place value blocks). Click here or on the image to grab it. If you download it please consider taking a moment and leaving some short feedback. I am…


Classroom Systems That Work! I attended a workshop led by Reagan Tunstall this summer. She has amazing centers!!! So glad I pinned this!

Give the kids place value blocks to make their name... have them calculate the value of their name. I am so doing this in our math journals this week! - Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons: More Mudge and Place Value!


First Grade Shenanigans: Subtraction of 10 & 1 with base-ten blocks

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Place Value Game - Base Ten Block Review

TEKS 1. (2E) Audience: 1st grade Behavior: recognize place value when using counting rods Condition: Students do this by identifying specific numbers in number rod form. To do this, the students must be able to recognize how many 10's and 1's there are in a number. I would use this as the independent practice part of a lesson once my students have a good grasp on place value.


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