If you have every played Spoons, then you know how fun and engaging that game is. Have you ever thought about playing Spoons in the classroom? This post explains how teachers can use an academic version of the highly engaging Spoons game to review concepts. Free games included!

If you have every played Spoons, then you know how fun and engaging that game is. Have you ever thought about playing Spoons in the classroom? This post explains how teachers can use an academic version of the highly engaging Spoons game to review concepts. Free games included!

Printable “What’s In Your Purse” Game – Extended http://www.bridal-shower-games.com/printable-bridal-shower-games

Printable “What’s In Your Purse” Game – Extended http://www.bridal-shower-games.com/printable-bridal-shower-games

Fun post about how to use dice to play free math games for fractions, place value, and measurement and data. Your kids will love these!

Fun post about how to use dice to play free math games for fractions, place value, and measurement and data. Your kids will love these!

FREE.  Subitizing Game.  Subitising is an essential skill for developing number sense, we do so much of it in my class so I am always on the look out for new ways to practice these skills!  Such an important skills for our students with learning disabilities, especially autism.  Get the link to download this free game and get all the directions at:  http://earlyyearsfun.blogspot.com.au/2013/01/subitising-game.html?m=1

FREE. Subitizing Game. Subitising is an essential skill for developing number sense, we do so much of it in my class so I am always on the look out for new ways to practice these skills! Such an important skills for our students with learning disabilities, especially autism. Get the link to download this free game and get all the directions at: http://earlyyearsfun.blogspot.com.au/2013/01/subitising-game.html?m=1

Here is another fun way for your Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grader can practice skip counting – with these FREE fun maze worksh

Here is another fun way for your Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grader can practice skip counting – with these FREE fun maze worksh

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