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With the 'Count Money' tool for the smart board or interactive whiteboard you can easily teach mathematics with money. It's as easy as dragging and dropping bills and coins on the counter and let students count the money. 

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Create your own number sequences with missing numbers. Students can practice number sequences by filling in the missing numbers. 

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Use a spinning wheel to generate random numbers to put on place value chart. 

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Write down the two missing number neighbors. 

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Students can practice a variety of word problems per grade level and subject. 

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Numbers are explained and built using blocks to represent place value. Students develop a deeper understanding of mathematical concepts including addition, subtraction, number sense and counting. 

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A number line that can be used with all methods. 

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Have your students practice with consecutive numbers that are just one more or one less than each other. 

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Determining the value of a digit to thousands. 

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Students develop their understanding of numbers and learn to recognize the number 2 through various examples and exercises. 

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The students are trying to pay by using the least amount of coins and/or bills. 

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Students will review number names and compare two numbers presented as written numbers in sequence. 

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Compare and order rational numbers: positive and negative integers, whole numbers, fractions, terminating and repeating decimals 

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Math with decimal numbers, percentages and fractions, accompanied by a fraction circle and/or a fraction strip. 

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Review word numbers and place value up to billions. Write numbers as word numbers. Write word numbers as numbers. 

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