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Ready for some summer math fun? Shake and Spill is such an easy little game, and you can adapt it for any season or holiday.
I thought some of you (those who teach second grade) might enjoy my NUMBER RAINBOWS.
Monday, February 6, 2012
I combined the sweet frog idea from makinglearningfun to create a container with the Kaboom addidition game from Teacher Tipsters to create my "Don't Get Zapped!" Game...
SNAKE - A Math Dice Game
Children need lots of practice with Addition Number Facts to develop fluency . Repeated exposure to basic number facts helps students' brains develop a "memory relationship" with the facts. Working with number charts helps children develop Fluency with basic number facts and observe Patterns in numbers.