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Basic Counting - Level 1

This packet is for early learners. It covers basic counting using pictures of different characters.

Key concept: Students should start becoming familiar with the meaning, and the word and written form of numbers.

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Basic Addition - Level 1

This four page help packet is for early learners. It introduces adding using lines to help students visualize the process.

Teacher misunderstanding: There is nothing wrong with students using their fingers to help visualize adding.

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Adding Multiple Digits - Level 3

This packet is for students who are mastering addition. It includes a help page and three worksheets. The packet covers carrying, and multiple digit addition (up to millions).

Student misunderstanding: Some students panic when they see larger numbers, but if they can add two or three digits than they can add almost anything.

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Venn Diagrams - Level 1

This two page help packet introduces Venn Diagrams. Students learn to use pictures (circles) to help represent sets and show how they are related.

Key concept: Students should learn that pictures can help represent relationships between groups. The intersection of the circles is what the sets have in common.

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Solving Equations - Additional Help

This packet is designed for students who have a basic knowledge of solving one and two step equations. It is for the students who struggle on which operation to do first and second, and uses a simple tactic to show equations in a different perspective.

Key concept: Helps students better understand which number to move. Uses happy and unhappy faces to mark numbers and variables for better perception.

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