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• *# of dice could be changed for application of 2nd Grade skills, as well! First Grade Yahtzee - This game is so funny to see how excited the kids get. All they have to do is roll 2 dice and cross out the sum. Many other math games as well.

• Kindergarten Math Center games

• Kindergarten Yahtzee - This game is so funny to see how excited the kids get. All they have to do is roll 2 dice and cross out the sum. They keep going until they have crossed out all of the numbers. They learn the hard way how hard it is to roll a 2 or a 12! Lots of Math Center games and pdfs relating to them at this site.

• First Grade Yahtzee and so many more math activities! We're gonna play all these!!

• First Grade Yahtzee - "This game is so funny to see how excited the kids get. All they have to do is roll 2 dice and cross out the sum. They keep going until they have crossed out all of the numbers. They learn the hard way how hard it is to roll a 2 or a 12!" (There are TONS of great math center games on this site)

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Under the bowl, like Saxon Math's mystery bag (example 10 cubes to start with, child closes eyes, you hide 4 cubes under the bowl, child opens them, and has to determine how many are under the bowl based on what they started with and what they have now, an added plus, they have to set up a number sentence for it)

Kindergarten Yahtzee - This game is so funny to see how excited the kids get. All they have to do is roll 2 dice and cross out the sum. They keep going until they have crossed out all of the numbers. They learn the hard way how hard it is to roll a 2 or a 12!

Maybe make an anchor chart for numbers 1-20 to keep up in the wall for a while?

Addition and Subtraction card game... ofcourse this could be extended to greater and lesser than... especially for teaching bridge to younger children... H is trumps, which is greater 2H or AS ? :)

math center @Andrea Henne i like this for maybe the beginning of the year as we are reviewing numbers?