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Centers for the importance of the equal sign. 1st Grade - 1.0A.D.7

Centers for the importance of the equal sign. 1st Grade - 1.0A.D.7

Understanding the equals sign- student picks a card, uses to ten frames to find the missing addend, covers answer on board

Understanding the equals sign- student picks a card, uses to ten frames to find the missing addend, covers answer on board

Classroom Freebies: Understanding the Equal Sign - use chocolate eggs

Understanding the Equal Sign

Classroom Freebies: Understanding the Equal Sign - use chocolate eggs

Math Coach's Corner: A Peek Inside: Whats Cookin'? The Meaning of the Equal Sign. Understanding the true meaning of the equal sign--knowing that 5=3+2 is perfectly acceptable--is a really tricky concept for most young students. This unit provides concrete learning experiences to build a sturdy foundation and several engaging practice activities to build fact fluency along with an understanding of the equal sign. $

Math Coach's Corner: A Peek Inside: Whats Cookin'? The Meaning of the Equal Sign. Understanding the true meaning of the equal sign--knowing that 5=3+2 is perfectly acceptable--is a really tricky concept for most young students. This unit provides concrete learning experiences to build a sturdy foundation and several engaging practice activities to build fact fluency along with an understanding of the equal sign. $

A First Grade Fairy Tale: Firsties can balance on both sides of the equal sign

A First Grade Fairy Tale: Firsties can balance on both sides of the equal sign

ALL NEW *2nd - 3rd Grades* Elementary Edition! TpT's BEST selling interactive reading notebook is now available for second and third grades!

Reading Interactive Notebooks: Literature Grades 2-3

ALL NEW *2nd - 3rd Grades* Elementary Edition! TpT's BEST selling interactive reading notebook is now available for second and third grades!

Give students the answer and ask them to create the question / problem. Could do this with literature.

Give students the answer and ask them to create the question / problem. Could do this with literature.

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