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  1. Thabang Khakhau says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this activities with us, I can’t wait to go back to class and have fun with my children.

  2. Lauren Ramsey says:

    Thank you so much for creating and sharing these activities for FREE! We really are all in this together!

  3. Love this! Do you happen to have one made for numbers 1-10?

  4. Thank-you so very much for sharing this fantastic digital resource. You have saved me hours of creating SeeSaw activities.

  5. Thank you so much for all of the resources that you provide for us. May God reward you. I appreciate your generosity so much.

  6. Kristin Meggers says:

    Hi!! I love the google slides that you have created. I downloaded and made a coy of your Counting 11 – 20 slides. Slides 4 – 13 do not have enough counters to move in order to count the number you have suggested. How can I add more counters or can you add more please?

    Thank you Kristin

    1. Kristin,
      checked it looks like she has made those shapes an infinity shape; meaning you never move the shape you can see you create another one instead of moving the shape you can see.

    2. Angela Thayer says:

      Hi Kristin! Even though it looks like there 6 circles, there are actually multiple clip art under each circle. So once you drag the circle to the jar, there will still be more circle clip art. Does that make sense? There should be enough.

      1. Kristin Meggers says:

        yes it does make sense. Thank you Angela.

        To be honest with you, for my students who are special needs, it would be hard for them to understand that they do have enough circles. They can do what you are asking , but they are very concrete learners. 🙂

  7. This is amazing! Thank you SO much!

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