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Bend the chart around in a circle so that the rows match up and tape the sides down & you will have one continuous 0-99 chart. Students will easily be able to “cross” the ten and be able to count forward and backward with ease. Put some construction paper in the middle to help reinforce it. (What I Have Learned)

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What I Have Learned: 0-99 Chart Freebie!

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Equivalent Fraction Rainbows for St. Patty's Day!

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Modify a Jenga game to be "Addition Jenga."

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I love every single thing about this activity. It gets the kids physically involved in learning how numbers work together. This is a thing of beauty!

First Grade Wow: Where did those digits go???

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