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  • DanielandJennifer Gleaves

    Bang using popsicle sticks F is for First Grade: Math

  • Anne Louise

    math game: label sticks w/ math problems, students answer correctly they keep, if they pull a "bang" stick they put them all back

  • Maria Teepe

    @Nichole Claybern This blog has some cute math ideas; they are for younger kids but could easily be used for our kids...especially for those pesky math facts!

  • Ellen O'Brien

    Math Fact BANG! Kids pull a stick, read the fact, answer correctly and they keep the stick. If they pull out a BANG they have to put all their sticks back. I have used this for sight words too.

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