# Strong Number

Fine motor maths activity - counting using pipe cleaners and beads - my kids loved this today!

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If students know their times tables, the work is half done. Think about it, so much depends upon having a good grasp of time-table facts. Problems related to division and multiplication demands strong number sense, so help your students know their multiplication facts with this fun resource. $

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Teaching Kids to Count in Preschool and Kindergarten with One-to-One Correspondence. Help kids develop strong number sense with one-to-one counting opportunities.

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Developing a strong number sense in the primary grades is so important, wouldn't you agree? I tend to go very sloooowwww in Math the first...

Here is a simple counting activity for children, especially preschoolers. Simple to set up it can suit individual needs and develops fine motor skills.

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A kindergarten blog for kindergarten teachers. Sharing math, literacy, languagea arts, common core and more.

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Subitizing -- a Skill that Leads to Strong Number Sense: Dice offer an example of how we "subitize," recognizing the numbers instantly.

Math mentor texts are the perfect 'hook' for math mini-lessons. These 5 read alouds are just-right for fostering strong number sense in primary learners.

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Subitizing -- a Skill that Leads to Strong Number Sense: Dice offer an example of how we "subitize," recognizing the numbers instantly.

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