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This is such a fun game, you just have to try it! My class is boy-heavy, so finding opportunities to get up and run around (literally!) help more than they hurt. I used to feel very hesitant about playing games like this, but my best recommendation is just to try it out (with clear behavior expectations, of course!) and see how much fun the kids have~ it's completely worth it and they are so much more engaged! I began by printing out one set of these Snowball Multiplication Sheets. These ar...
Things That Go Together ($0.00) created using 200+ gorgeous pictures that are sure to keep kids interested and engaged. In this application, children will be presented with one or eight pairs of items and they have to figure out which items go together. The best way to play this game with a child is to sit down with them and have them explain to you the reason / thinking of why two items should go together.