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The mathematician Paul Halmos wrote, “The only way to learn mathematics, is to DO mathematics”. This is so true for kindergarten. Being able to physically touch something, to move it, to count it, to hold it in their hands, helps students understand their mathematical thinking. Math Manipulatives can be counted, sorted, and ordered. Students can make patterns, and move around manipulatives to make groups of ten and for addition and subtraction. Students can’t truly understand mathematical concepts if they don’t see it with concrete examples first. This year's kindergarteners will be learning from home everyday or a few days each week, depend on our Covid-19 levels. These toolkits will allow my students to continue to use concrete examples of mathematics while learning through digital instruction.

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The mathematician Paul Halmos wrote, “The only way to learn mathematics, is to DO mathematics”. This is so true for kindergarten. Being able to physically touch something, to move it, to count it, to hold it in their hands, helps students understand their mathematical thinking. Math Manipulatives can be counted, sorted, and ordered. Students can make patterns, and move around manipulatives to make groups of ten and for addition and subtraction. Students can’t truly understand mathematical concepts if they don’t see it with concrete examples first. This year's kindergarteners will be learning from home everyday or a few days each week, depend on our Covid-19 levels. These toolkits will allow my students to continue to use concrete examples of mathematics while learning through digital instruction.

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