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Miss G loves playing all sorts of card games, so when I came across Make Ten, a simple game that focuses math skills and uses just a generic deck of cards, I knew it would be a total hit. {this post contains affiliate links} The idea came from this awesome book that’s brand new to…

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25 DIY Educational Activities for Kids

Split a deck of cards. Children flip up a card. The crock eats the lesser one and the greater one goes in your winnings pile.

Multiplication War! Fun math game that only requires a deck of cards. Can also be done with addition and subtraction.

Number sequences. Counting from any number. More and less. Need: tactile (here, I used small rocks); Deck of number cards; 1 more, 1 less cards, whiteboard. Set up the shown. Review "more" and "less" using the tactiles. Review "1 more" and "1 less". Then segue into the activity: Deal a card. Have your tutee copy the number in the middle and think through one more and one less than that number. Your tutee may use the tactiles if necessary.

Beat the Teacher - A Place Value Game. All you need is one deck of cards and paper for the students. Can modify for any grade.

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Sight Words Game (First Grade Dolch Words) - "ONE" Plays Like UNO

Reinforce first grade sight words with this "UNO" style card game!

Write everything in green on grinch day!


December Math and Literacy Fun {Plus Ideas for All Winter Long!}

Looking for December math and literacy ideas for Kindergarten? Or perhaps you're on the lookout for something less Christmas that you can use all winter long. Either way - you're going to love this post! You'll find great math and ELA center ideas for December, January, or anytime there's snow on the ground in your area (or gingerbread in your heart)! Click through to also check out the free downloads. And many of these ideas can also be used in your preschool or 1st grade room.