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Math Tools in Action: Manipulatives
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How Did You Solve That?
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Math Tools in Action: Anchor Charts
Powerful tools for mathematics instruction can make a good lesson great. Math Tools in Action: Anchor Charts describe the essence of a lesson; they help focus teachers and remind students…
Math Tools in Action: Journals
Powerful tools for mathematics instruction can make a good lesson great. Simple and accessible, Math Tools in Action: Journals, bringing mathematical practices to life in the classroom on a daily…
Math Tools in Action: Manipulatives
Powerful tools for mathematics instruction can make a good lesson great. Math Tools in Action: Manipulatives make mathematics visible; they allow students to see math. Manipulatives also enrich mathematics discussions…
Moving into Math Stations K-2
Following on from the success of her book Math Work Stations, Debbie Diller now brings the world of math stations to life, demonstrating how you too can effectively incorporate math…

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