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An Elementary Math Routine: Dot Image (Video)

Kristin Gray, a K-5 math specialist at Richard A. Shields Elementary School in Lewes, Del., shares a strategy for teaching the properties of mathematical operations, like multiplication and addition. Students use a dot image math routine to visualize and make connections between operations.


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