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By Nora Newcombe | May 9, 2016 , 3:43 pm
In the first 5 or 6 years of life, we often think that children should begin to learn math by learning to count, and maybe we add in a bit of simple addition and subtraction. But teachers in JK and SK can do more. And it can be FUN!!
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