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    • Reagan Workman

      math centers magnetic number game- multiple ways to use this Fishing for letters/numbers

    • Geneviève Savage

      Magnetic number Fishing. They add what they catch. Also for letter recognition with magnetic letters.

    • Melissa Bruce

      Learning Numbers - Magnet Fishing have wordwork fishing game have magnetic numbers in my math stations never thought to do a number fishing game like this good idea!

    • Ame McDowell

      Magnetic number Fishing. They add what they catch. That would be a neat math center

    • Janelle Lambe

      DIY kids math fishing game...they add what they catch. Awesome idea. Also good for number and letter recognition.

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