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Create a DIY abacus using craft sticks, beads and toothpicks.  Brilliant way to help kids count.

Homemade abacuses: I would do these a little differently. I'd do them in base 10 beads on each level to practice ones, tens, and hundredths place values.

Can't wait to use these to assess number sense

Love this! We can call them number people! We could make on each week in small groups starting at We can use the teacher example as a number display in our room.

Geometric tree

For claire Fall geo trees. This would make a fun math center where kids could count each shape they used. They'd practice counting, shape recognition and writing the number - love it!

Fabulous Dollar Store Finds!!

Fabulous Dollar Store Finds

Little Minds at Work: Fabulous Dollar Store Finds! Some really great ideas for how to use dollar store items in the classroom! Love the dollar store for classroom stuff :)

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Activities: Play the Matching Halves Game Can make it more complex by making the second one - a different shape in different color. Quick and easy center game. Students can even draw their own half, or use stickers.

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Math Craft: Make Your Own Abacus

Homeschooling Hearts & Minds: Math Craft: Make Your Own Abacus

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