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  • Allyson Henschel

    Bowling for addition facts - maybe doubles game, too?

  • Bekah Harris

    cute fun math ideas

  • Shelbey

    Game: Would use this in math centers or could incorporate it into the end of a lesson. Each partner gets a turn and rolls 2 dices and tries to find the sum on the bowling pins. Whoever gets their pins knocked over first wins!

  • Jeanette Sanchez

    Bowling for math facts. Great math center idea.

  • Holly Shull

    bowling for facts math game

  • Mary Korty

    Maybe use with multiplication facts instead??? The children roll dice and add up the numbers, if the sum equals the number on the bowling pin, they "knock" it down. The first child to knock all the bowling pins down wins!

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