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Sets of Things

Unit 16: Getting Ready to Multiply
Lesson 6 of 6

Objective: SWBAT create equal sets of objects and then use repeated addition to explain how many in all.

Big Idea: Multiplication sounds cool to second graders, but we have to know what it is first. Creating and counting sets is one way to get there

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