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Send us your Grade 2 kids math question and we will attempt to provide a solution using the Model Method where possible.
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If it is impossible or not efficient to solve using the Model Method, we will attempt to solve it using other Singapore Math Heuristics.
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This is the first year for Singapore math in our school. I am a second grade teacher and need some ideas on how to catch these kids up who have not had …
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A tugboat traveled 1,2000 miles on 60 gallons of gas. How far could this tugboat travel on 90 gallons of gas? Zach's Answer:
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Tom, Rom and Joe have a total of 13 marbles. Ron has 3 more marbles than Tomand 2 more marbles than Joe. How many marbles does Ron have? Zach's Answer: …
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my daughter is have issues with timed subtraction test and is lagging with some of the needed math skills for the next level...help. Zach's Answer: …
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