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Ten-Twenty-Thirty: "The objective of the game is to try to get each row of three cards to equal a sum of a multiple of 10...To make the game more challenging, try finding sums of different multiple bases. For example, if you use 6 as a base, sums would have to add to 6, 12, 18..."
This is dealing with subtraction. When the frog hops on to the lilly pad the student has to figure out the answer. This will be a learning center.
Elevens Card Game-Get out a deck of cards and practice finding sums of 11 in this one-player math game! You'll lay out nine cards, then try to find sets of cards that add up to 11.