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Topic: building number sense
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Joan Anthony

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building number sense
Posted: Jun 5, 1995 10:10 PM
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A friend has a daughter who will be entering high school next year. Her
daughter receives resource help in math. My friend has indicated that
her daughter has a poor number sense and that basic computation is
difficult. She'll use calculators but still needs number sense to see if
her calculated answers are reasonable. suggestions for developing number
sense with older children?

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