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Numbers on a Line
A few weeks ago, we spent several days exploring and playing with number lines in our Kindergarten math class. Before introducing the number line, I wanted to surprise the students by telling them about numbers less than zero. I went … Continue reading
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Walk the Line
A few days ago Katie was at home sick, and after we had watched a number of cartoons and read many chapters she asked me whether we could do some math. As you might guess, I was happy to oblige. … Continue reading