"Clear the Board" addition game, 2 players. I would use two different colored cubes (5 each player). Kids place their cubes on the sums they predict will come up the most and when dice is rolled if their sum is the answer they get to remove a cube above that #...first one to clear all their cubes wins. (math center)
use a cheap shower curtain to make a giant 120 chart @Jennifer Richardson Could do this with higher numbers? Work better than my giant floor one.
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In her book How Children Learn Number Concepts, Kathy Richardson devotes an entire chapter to composing and decomposing numbers. It may surprise you that the title of the chapter is Understanding Addition and Subtraction: Parts of Numbers. This quote sums it up beautifully: “If basic facts are to be foundational, they must be based …
staircase game for math tubs. Roll die, make a cube train that matches and stick on the corresponding 'step' on WS. If you roll the same number again, you lose your turn. First player to complete the staircase wins!
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