We're Counting At The Zoo!
Budding mathematicians use sets of concrete materials to represent, count, and match quantities to 10 or more given in verbal or written form while participating in hands-on activities. This lesson plan uses the book 1, 2, 3 To The Zoo.
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The Right Number of Elephants
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