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Good Luck!

Good Luck!

The easiest and and simplest way to help students remember shapes and sides. It’s a must-be for math teaching.

The easiest and and simplest way to help students remember shapes and sides. It’s a must-be for math teaching.

{candy} First, I think of how to solve the problem. Again, I do this in my head (As Always). Next, I add divide 60 by 2, getting 30. Then, I add 60 times two plus half of 60 which is 30 and I get 150. So, I think the answer is that there would be 150 pieces of candy in each bowl.

{candy} First, I think of how to solve the problem. Again, I do this in my head (As Always). Next, I add divide 60 by 2, getting 30. Then, I add 60 times two plus half of 60 which is 30 and I get 150. So, I think the answer is that there would be 150 pieces of candy in each bowl.

Have fun!I first write it out on paper,I know that the printer costs 126.99 and he gets two discounts one 6.50 and another 2.75.I round the 126.99 to 127.00 then I start to subtract,127.00-6.50=120.05-2.50 and I get 117.75 but minus 00.01and I get 117.74.

Have fun!I first write it out on paper,I know that the printer costs 126.99 and he gets two discounts one 6.50 and another 2.75.I round the 126.99 to 127.00 then I start to subtract,127.00-6.50=120.05-2.50 and I get 117.75 but minus 00.01and I get 117.74.

Anchor Chart for Parts of 3D Shapes- she uses this in kinder? oh my gravy! I'm thinking about using it for my high schoolers.

Anchor Chart for Parts of 3D Shapes- she uses this in kinder? oh my gravy! I'm thinking about using it for my high schoolers.

GOOD LUCK! First, I know that she has to ride her bike 2.5 miles to the park and 3.6 miles to Starbucks so I add them up and I get 6.1 miles. Next, I know that she has to ride all the way back which is 6.1 miles. Then, I add 6.1+6.1=12.2.  Finally, my solution is Taylor Swift rode 12.2 miles. Thanks for reading and please leave any feedback in the comments!!!

GOOD LUCK! First, I know that she has to ride her bike 2.5 miles to the park and 3.6 miles to Starbucks so I add them up and I get 6.1 miles. Next, I know that she has to ride all the way back which is 6.1 miles. Then, I add 6.1+6.1=12.2. Finally, my solution is Taylor Swift rode 12.2 miles. Thanks for reading and please leave any feedback in the comments!!!

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