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:: Alphabet and Number Bookmarks :: Desk Toppers :: Learning Strips :: Designed specifically for Beginning Learners, LD, ADHD and children with Dyslexia :: Alphabet and Number Bookmarks are an individualized learning resource strip that supports all children. 1 in 5 children have some sort of learn
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This is a refresher that discusses prime numbers and their role in the factorization of any positive integer. Knowing this topic thoroughly will make it easy to teach the concept of least common multiple, referred to in the context of fractions as least common denominator (LCD). It is the inabilit
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DISTANCE LEARNING - 30 BOOM CARDS - ADDITION 1 TO 20 - COUNTING AND CARDINALITYThe set contains 30 cards for addition 1-20.This set includes:10 cards - How many giraffes you see driving a blue car?10 cards - How many animals you see driving( you will have a variate of animals)
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Printable 18.00 x 6.00 in. Numbers 0-10: includes Touch Point Counting & Number Sign Language Alphabets A-Z: includes Alphabet Sign Language Right & Left Hand signs Space for name to be written **Best with thick laminate.**
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Name Plates :: Desk Plates :: Desk Toppers :: Designed specifically for Beginning Learners, LD, ADHD and children with Dyslexia :: Name Plates are an individualized learning resource strip that supports all children. 1 in 5 children have some sort of learning or attention difficulties. In my class
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I created this small number chart for students to be able to use at their own seats. I have highlighted the 5s and 10s in different colors for easy detection. Perfect for grades PreK, K and 1st and possibly 2nd. I made one for girls using pinks and one for boys using blues. The other file is call
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We all "know" that the product of two negative numbers is positive. But WHY is it true? In this short note, the first in the new I Need to Know...Now! series from Just-In-Time Math, you will learn how easy it is, and that using basic axioms is not scary.
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