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Classroom-Ready Number Talks for Kindergarten First and Second Grade Teachers - 1000 Interactive Activities and Strategies that Teach Number Sense and Math Facts - cover

Classroom-Ready Number Talks for Kindergarten First and Second Grade Teachers - 1000 Interactive Activities and Strategies that Teach Number Sense and Math Facts

Nancy Hughes

Publisher: Ulysses Press

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Summary

A wide variety of ready-to-use number talks that help kindergarten through second-grade students learn math concepts in fun and easy ways. 
 
Bringing the exciting teaching method of number talks into your classroom has never been easier. Simply choose from the hundreds of great ideas in this book and get going! 
 
From activities on addition and subtraction to fractions and decimals, Classroom-Ready Number Talks for Kindergarten, First and Second Grade Teachers includes:Grade-level specific strategiesNumber talk how-tosVisual and numerical examplesScaffolding suggestionsCommon core alignmentsQuestions to build understanding 
 
Reduce time spent lesson-planning and preparing materials and enjoy more time engaging your students in learning important math concepts! These ready-to-use number talks are sure to foster a fresh and exciting learning environment in your classroom, as well as help your students increase their comprehension of numbers and mathematical principles.
Available since: 02/26/2019.
Print length: 211 pages.

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