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  • Jessica Berger

    Tons of great math tub activities including subtraction bump

  • CreationsbyMrsMouse(MMize)

    Bump Game-I use 2 number cubes. A larger one in size is numbered 7-12, the other smaller 1-6. They roll, then subtract the larger number from the smaller one. They find the number on the game board and cover it with a cube. They take turns with a partner. If the partner rolls the same answer they can BUMP the other person's cube off and replace it with theirs. If you roll the same answer and you already have a cube there, you snap a second cube on top and claim the spot so your partner can't bump you off. Play until all the numbers are claimed. The player with the most numbers claimed wins.

  • Rita Lyon

    Peterson's Pad: Happy New Year and Math Freebies

  • Lisa Ng

    BUMP math game, sounds really cool. (January 2, 2012)

  • Betsy Lundberg

    subtraction bump game

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