Series: Ideas at Work

First Grade Number Talks Ideas from a First Grade Teacher

This blog post provides some great ideas for first grade Number Talks sessions. These 10-15 minute activities can be centered around the rekenrek or dot cards and are designed to reinforce students’ understanding of number and quantity.

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Common Core Alignment

Counting and Cardinality More

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Common Core Alignment

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Foundational Math Concepts

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