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Although the origin of this game is uncertain, many people say this simple game probably came from a game in China called Jian Shi Zi, or “picking stones.” Historians have found similar games in Africa, the Middle East and Europe, as far back as the 15th Century and all with slightly varying rules. Whatever the case may be, your children will learn the rules of this strategic game quickly and be able to play anywhere, any time, with only 16 small objects.

Stone "Nim" Game- probably originating from Chinese Jian Shi Zi in the C. Easy strategy game: "math around the world" series. Cub Scouts Language and Culture Beltloop

The Teacher Who Hated Math: Integers- Pirates of the Carribbean Coordinate Plane Battleship

Step this one up to complex plane. The Teacher Who Hated Math: Integers- Pirates of the Carribbean Coordinate Plane Battleship

FREE! Native Americans - Southwest tribes  A hands on history unit of North American Indians. Includes 2 printable mini books (Navajo and Hopi), tribe comparisson, and ideas for hands on learning about history including navajo fry bread, apache woven basket and more for preschool, kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, homeschool, and more! LOTS OF GREAT IDEAS!

Native Americans - Southwest tribes A hands on history unit of North American…

Learning About the Different Regions of Native American Cultures (free; from Kindergarten: Holding Hands and Sticking Together)

Five For Fridays: Learning About the Different Regions of Native American Cultures (free; from Kindergarten: Holding Hands and Sticking Together)