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Addition/subtraction

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Description:  Explaining addition/subtraction to K-3 students
Level:  Early Elem. (PreK-2)
Math topic:  Arithmetic/Early Math, Addition, Subtraction
Ed. topic:  Specific Math Concepts/Techniques

Original Question/Response
06 May 01   Addition/subtraction
07 May 01   Re: Addition/subtraction by Ralph

Public Discussion
16 Nov 01   Regroup or Borrow by loyd
18 Nov 01        Re: Regroup or Borrow by Carl Gladish
24 Dec 02            Re: Re: Regroup or Borrow by Rafael L Vilchez
26 Aug 03                Re: Re: Re: Regroup or Borrow by Alexis
10 Nov 03            Re: Re: Regroup or Borrow by Harmon
12 Nov 03        Re: Regroup or Borrow by MRS ELIZONDO
29 Dec 03            Re: Re: Regroup or Borrow by Mrs. M
19 Feb 03   subtraction techniques by ellen bressler
20 Feb 03        Kumon by Rebecca
05 May 03            Re: Kumon by Maryellen Morgan
10 Jul 04            Re: Kumon by Jill
19 Jul 04                Re: Kumon by Alan Zoller
13 Dec 04   Memorizing Addition/subtraction by Gina
13 Dec 04        Re: Memorizing Addition/subtraction by Loyd
13 Nov 05        Re: Memorizing Addition/subtraction by dotmathman
17 Nov 05            Re: Here is a methed for subtracting by Laura
02 Oct 07                Re: Re: Here is a methed for subtracting by owen
01 Oct 07        Re: Memorizing Addition/subtraction by Donnalyn Yates
18 Jan 08        Re: Memorizing Addition/subtraction by Lisa
18 Nov 05   addition by Owen
19 Jan 06   Math-methods for first graders by Gary Feeley
20 Jan 06        Re: Math-methods for first graders by owen
29 Sep 06   Addition and subtraction by OP

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