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From: Erin Davis <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion Date: 2007102923:09:52 Subject: Estimation (3rd grade) My little girl is a brilliant "straight A" third grade student and she really struggled with estimation. I spent several hours working with her to help her understand. I read all the "easy" ways to teach elementary estimation on this website...surely there is an even simpler way to teach it. I used "halloween candy" and one sister giving it to the other to make it easier to count. Has anyone found a simpler way to make them "see" what you mean? She has never come home asking for help with math and this time I think she still doesnt completely get the concept. It is a "simple" concept at this level, but it seems so difficult to her. I think your site and the teachers on it are brilliant and I was quite happy to find it.
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