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07/26/2013

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Carolyn Kisloski

Kathryn, I have to tell you how much I LOVE your blog. I could spend hours here. You have so many fabulous ideas. Thanks so much for sharing your gifts! :)
Carolyn
Kindergarten: Holding Hands and Sticking Together

Camille

Thank you for all the great resources!! I am going to be busy checking these out! Another tool is the app Subitize Tree. I used it during whole group math time by putting my iPad under my document camera. I think it is $2.99.
Camille

Kathleen P

Fantastic Resource! Thanks for sharing!
Kathleen
Growing Kinders

Michelle Cooper

I'm afraid this is a dumb question...but when I open your slide show in Power Point I'm unable to save it. Do you know what I'm doing wrong? Love this slide show and want to include it in my math instruction this year:-)
Michelle
mcoop1125@gmail.com

D

Thanks so much! Do you use a rekenrek in your room? I just got one and need ideas to effectively use it. Holly Rose

Rebecca Stilz

I just attended the Singapore math conference on Vegas and this is so aligned with what all the speakers were saying! Thank you so much for the resources!!! These are great!
Rebecca
rstilz@ccs.edu

Crystal Young

Thanks so much for sharing the resources. They are really usefully. I have a suggestion though, I think it would be great to have a blank slide in between the dot patterns. That way you can flash it fast, go to blank screen and then have the kids write the number or show the same dot pattern (which by the way, I think is an excellent idea and extends the lesson perfectly.) And I too can't save the ppt. You're the best!

Amy

Thank you so much for sharing your resources!

Olga Q.

Love all your ideas! Thank you for sharing. Can someone tell us how to open the "How Many Dots" powerpoint. I tried and even tried extracting the file and everytime I try, I get HTML codes.

Olga Q

Here's help for the powerpoints that won't save or open up correctly.
1. Right Click link 2. Save target as.. 3. add (.ppt) to title of ppt and save file 4. Open file as a ppowerpoint

Kathryn

Thanks for the tip, Olga. I tried to upload ot as a presentation for people that don't have PowerPoint, but clearly that was an epic fail. I will try to fix it tomorrow!

debbie

Kindergarten teacher for 26 years and still loving the little ones. Thanks so much for sharing and teaching me a new idea.

Renai

I can't get the subitising dot card book to work. It looks like the link has been removed. Does anyone happen to have it saved? If you can email me a copy to rxtho8@eq.edu.au I would be so appreciative! :)

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