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    Classroom: Math. Find the Sum game. Students roll dice to create addition equations. Record on this sheet to find all the ways to add up numbers.

  • Darla Moore

    Math facts with dice game

  • April Smith

    math station game, easy

  • Rachael NZ

    fun maths activities

  • AmyB - Teaching in Blue Jeans

    Find the sums math game for math centers

  • London Willms

    number sense - might be a great center activity for 1st grade math! Should always have one math center deal with basic facts. This one might need to be parent/para/teacher led until the students get used to how to do #Cute pet #pet boy #pet girl| http://pet-boy-838.blogspot.com

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