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Spiral Math - Build a spiral with cards. Use your dice as your game piece. Roll and multiply the card and dice together. Continue around the spiral. Can be used for addition as well. Extension - keep a running total of all of your products.

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Rock Paper Math

This is a game that can be either cooperative or competitive, one handed or two handed. It can be used to reinforce addition or subtraction and multiplication facts to 5 or 10.

This is a game that can be either cooperative or competitive, one handed or two handed. It can be used to reinforce addition or subtraction and multiplication facts to 5 or 10.

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Head Band Math - What's my number?

This game can be played to reinforce sums and products.

This game can be played to reinforce sums and products.

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A site that allows you 20 free questions per computer each day to practice math skills.

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100s chart partner race: skip counting by 2's, 5's and 10's forwards and backwards

Students are placed into pairs and each partner has a laminated hundreds chart, a white board marker and eraser. Partners take turns spinning the spinner and they need to count by whatever they landed on. On their hundreds charts the two students race to fill out all of the numbers on their chart using their markers. Whoever finishes first gets a point and then they do it again.

Students are placed into pairs and each partner has a laminated hundreds chart, a white board marker and eraser. Partners take turns spinning the spinner and they need to count by whatever they landed on. On their hundreds charts the two students race to fill out all of the numbers on their chart using their markers. Whoever finishes first gets a point and then they do it again.

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Another activity which enables students to show their knowledge of adding and subtracting 10 from a number.

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Ordering from smallest to greatest

Students are placed into groups and given a puzzle. As a group they order the numbers on the back of the puzzles from smallest to largest. They can check how they did by flipping over their puzzle pieces and check if the picture is correct.

Could be used for skip counting as well!

Students are placed into groups and given a puzzle. As a group they order the numbers on the back of the puzzles from smallest to largest. They can check how they did by flipping over their puzzle pieces and check if the picture is correct.

Could be used for skip counting as well!

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Mystery puzzle: skip counting by 2's, 5's and10's backwards and forwards

In this activity students need to create this strip puzzle by determining what the numbers are counting by, whether they are odd or even numbers and if they are counting in ascending and descending order.

Accommodations: The numbers on the bottom can be changed to higher numbers and odd numbers going backwards.

In this activity students need to create this strip puzzle by determining what the numbers are counting by, whether they are odd or even numbers and if they are counting in ascending and descending order.

Accommodations: The numbers on the bottom can be changed to higher numbers and odd numbers going backwards.

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Combining concepts of place value and 100 chart.

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Students are using Today's Number for daily basic math fact practice.

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