Thank you for your interest in viewing From Counting to Counting On: Fostering the Development of Early Addition and Subtraction! This webinar was prerecorded on Wednesday, January 27, 2016 and is the third in a series of four K-3 math content webinars. The webinar targets Kindergarten through Grade 2 Number and Operations in Base Ten standards. The focus is developing facility with mental computation in addition and subtraction. In addition, it provides instructional resources to support conceptual understanding of addition and subtraction strategies based on place value and properties of operations. The content is also appropriate for teachers in grade 3 and beyond who are looking for remediation strategies.

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