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Get the book "Ten Black Dots". You will see after you read the book how it can help with one-to-one correspndence. You will need black construction paper that can be cut into dots (about the size of a coin.) Students can then make their own books with black dots - one black dot can stand for ... two black dots can be... , etc. Children really seem to enjoy that activity. -Susan, for the Teacher2Teacher service
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