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Early Childhood Math

Early Childhood Math

Early Childhood Math. How many do you see?. 4 3 5 2. How many cats do you see?. Oops…. Try again!!. HOORAY! That’s RIGHT !. How many monkeys do you see?. 6 3 8 1. Oops…. Try again!!. HOORAY! That’s RIGHT !. GREAT JOB!!!!.

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Early Childhood Math Professional Development

Early Childhood Math Professional Development

Early Childhood Math Professional Development. Getting Started. QUESTIONS OF THE DAY There are three questions posted in the front of the room. For the yes or no question: Place a check mark in the appropriate column. For comfort level place a tally mark next to the appropriate column

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Early Childhood Math

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Early Childhood Math. How many do you see?. 4 3 5 2. How many cats do you see?. Oops…. Try again!!. HOORAY! That’s RIGHT !. How many monkeys do you see?. 6 3 8 1. Oops…. Try again!!. HOORAY! That’s RIGHT !. GREAT JOB!!!!.

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Early Childhood Math Professional Development. Getting Started. QUESTIONS OF THE DAY There are three questions posted in the front of the room. For the yes or no question: Place a check mark in the appropriate column. For comfort level place a tally mark next to the appropriate column

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