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Bridges TEA: G1U6M2 Part 3 Can They March in Pairs?

Today you'll use a number rack to determine whether a number of penguins can march in pairs, and use a doubles or doubles plus 1 equation to represent the situation. 1. Select “add response.” 2. Follow the directions on each page. 3. Select when you finish ALL pages.

1st Grade, Math
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This is the third part of a three-part activity provided by The Math Learning Center (www.mathlearningcenter.org) and adapted from the Bridges in Mathematics Second Edition PK–5 math curriculum (www.mathlearningcenter.org/bridges). The three parts should be used together, in order. Refer to the Implementation Guide for implementation suggestions, standards alignment, and further details, whether using synchronously or asynchronously: https://www.mathlearningcenter.org/sites/default/files/seesaw/BridgesSeesawTEA-G1U6M2.pdf