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• Number Line Subtraction/Addition Game. Using this game students can become familiar with adding and subtracting small values from numbers 0-10, with the aid of a number line. (Helps to teach Math is Magnitude)

• Dice game to play using a number line: we have a GIANT -100 to 100 number line and 20-sided die to play with. To make it more challenging, use two dice--one for adding, and one for subtracting.

• Number Line Subtraction Game - concrete and pictorial ways to experience maths

• Number Line Subtraction Game: This could be easily adapted for second grade.

• Number Line Subtraction Game ... from 10 days of math games from Mama Jenn

• Addition and Subtraction Number Line Games for math

• 1st grade math - Number Line Subtraction Game.

• Number Line Subtraction Game and Addition Game

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Walking the number line. Cool idea for introducing adding and subtracting on a number line.