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FREE! These numbers can be cut into cards and laminated to help children practice identifying the teen numbers. This is a variation of the "Touch Math" method for number identification. Directions: Trace down the "1" and say "ten..." and count on the ones from the next digit. Example: For 13 say "ten" (as you trace your finger down the "1" and then "eleven, twelve, thirteen" (as you touch the 3 ones cubes printed on the 3.
This 2D and 3D shape sort game teaches students that two-dimensional shapes are flat, and three-dimensional shapes are solid. They are then tasked with helping Muggo sort common 2D and 3D shapes, such as cubes, cylinders, squares, triangles, pyramids and circles, into the right boxes. This is particularly important geometry practice for students in kindergarten to second grade. #educationdotcom