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  • Heather Flower

    Recess Centers to help with the craziness of inside recess. Check out this lady's blog for more details:

  • Elayne Werges

    Kristin uses this to have the kids choose their stations and activities at JAM

  • Haley Toth

    Indoor recess makes me crazy! Recess Centers to help with the craziness of inside recess. Check out my blog for more details:

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  • Judy Howell

    I love this post. Thank you for sharing you ideas with us.

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Blog: Fourth Grade Flippers has so many great ideas for the classroom, and she takes pictures of everything! Check it out!

Your students will love building their fact fluency in addition and subtraction by playing these 4 bump games. Addition-2 dice Subtraction 2 dice Addition 2 dice, plus 10 Addition 3 dice Great for math stations, free time, indoor recess, and partner work.