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Colleen Dabney
Colleen Dabney • 1 year ago

Zip Zilch Zero: Illuminations Positive and negative numbers become more than marks on paper when students play this variation of the card game, Rummy. Engaged in a game involving both strategy and luck, students build understanding of additive inverses, adding integers, and absolute value.

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