Gaining number sense through a restructured hundreds chart

Vacc, Nancy Nesbitt
September 1995
Teaching Exceptional Children;Fall95, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p50
Academic Journal
Presents a `hundreds' chart used by teachers to help students explore number sense. Design of the traditional hundreds charts; Restructuring of the hundreds chart; Right-to-left sequence of numbers; Numerical placement; Inclusion of zero; Instructional activities using the restructured hundreds chart. INSETS: What is number sense?.;Of time.. (factors affecting use of hundreds chart)..


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