Lesson 3-3: Exploring Counting. Matching Pairs, and Ordering by Length
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Reviewing Counting Strategies - Did you use this activity?
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Exploration A: Counting Large Numbers of Pennies - Did you use this activity?
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Exploration C: Ordering Objects by Length - Did you use this activity?
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Math Boxes 3-3 - Did you use this activity?
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Readiness: Playing Penny-Dice - Did you use this activity?
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Extra Practice: Counting Chair Legs - Did you use this activity?
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