Things That Come in Groups

I’m sharing a picture from a teacher in our district. Consider how a chart like this can be used with different grade levels and abilities.  Many students will be able name some things that come in groups.  As skills advance, you can have students practice skip counting, thinking about the different items that come in groups.  Eventually, you can use the listed objects to talk about multiplication using models generated by the students.



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