Sample Lesson- Chapter 1 The Counting Sequence
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"Developing Roots addresses all that's missing in Kindergarten Math. This hands-on, discovery-based model allows students to do the thinking as the teacher guides the learning process in developing foundations for future work. We learned how to plan, implement, question and assess without too much paper and pencil work. Perfect for K!"