Paper Rockets: To make them you will need paper, glue, scotch tape and a plastic straw. 1. Decorate the paper. 2. Put glue on one of the longer edges. Then role the paper around a pencil starting from the opposite side. 3. Close the top of the rocket with scotch tape. 4. Insert a plastic straw and you are ready to go. Blow and watch them fly around the room. Kids will love this.
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Team building exercise, atomic waste. Everyone has to work together to get the balls from one bucket into the other without spilling. teamwork activities, fun youth group games, mutual activities, games for groups, games youth group, teamwork games, camp games, youth group ideas activities, team building activities
LOVE THIS GAME. We called it atomic waste. Everyone has to work together to get the balls from one bucket into the other without spilling.
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Roll & Remove. This is a fun little game played with number dice, a game board, counters, and two players. Both players start with a counter covering each number of their number line. Each player rolls the dice and adds the two numbers together to find out which counter to remove. If the player rolls a sum that’s already been removed from his/her number line, the player loses a turn and passes the dice. The first player to remove all of his/her counters from their number line wins the g... math tubs, math game, roll, math centers, preschool math, candy corn, dice games, math activities, learning numbers
addition game - roll and remove
Fern Smith's Classroom Ideas!: FREEBIE Center Game Math Addition "Doubles" Concept!
Here's a simple game for practicing basic addition facts.
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Fun Bottle Top Addition Game. Playful Maths. Play this creative maths game solo or multi-player. Great for home and the classroom. (child not ready for addition? No worries, see how to easily simplify it for the littlies)
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Using a pair of chopsticks, each child takes a turn stacking the cubes.
Math center idea for tens and ones. I use foam dice so they don't make any noise. Student rolls 2 dice. The 1st number is for the tens place and the 2nd one is for the ones place. If they roll a 6 and 4 they write down 64 and then they draw the picture. You can add more dice for larger numbers. draw, students, dice, math centers, numbers, center idea, places, rolls, the one
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greater than and less than I was always a visual learner when it came to math concepts, so I feel like this would have worked really well for me. I like that it can be personalized (I've seen a Pac Man version before). -Lindsey Rick 2-14-13 math tubs, creative maths, greater, math centers, number, card games, diy educational games, teach, math games for kids
greater than/less than shark game.
Neat math activity for using a 100 board to find 1 more/1less and 10 more/10 less.