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  • Amy Goldberg

    non-educational games turned to educational games for the classroom Use for any math facts, sight words, vocab., etc.

  • Mia Sparks

    Multiplication Jenga- change to sight words or math facts for second graders

  • Heidi Eaton

    Multiplication Jenga Math Center

  • Amanda Dittlinger

    Multiplication Jenga and other math games... oh! I could do this with sight words too.

  • Virginia Park

    Jenga Math (indoor recess). You can also write in sharpie on them. Sight words? Addition and Subtraction?

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Even though I believe there's a lot of learning going on  when kids are involved in creative play, crafting, games, cooking,  and all the other things we come together to do,  here are a few of our posts which focus  on tips, games, and activities that are fun and educational!

Your students will love practicing their multiplication and division facts while playing Tic Tac Toe. This pack includes 16 pages with 6 game boards each. Each page revolves around 1 or 2 skills, and the boards become more challenging as the students progress.

Use these multiplication fact strips to make Jenga into a fun way for students to practice their basic multiplication facts.

good posters..may need these since I will be teaching these skills in second grade

Shake things up at the close of this school year! Use DIY Jenga to practice and review.

Free Jenga Multiplication and Addition Games ...turn a game kids love into a learning opportunity!

Mr. Potato Head Freebie! to go with my mr. & mrs. potato head center where they practice language (parts of the body)! makes it a fun game!

Halloween Math Activities for kids - these look so fun, I want to pick one a week for the rest of the month.

Addition/Subtraction Ideas.....Give kids the popsicle sticks and let them put it in the correct pumpkin

Placing number forms on a large circle with beanbags and then tracing the forms by walking the numbers can be effective for both learning the forms and preventing reversals. Young children learn especially well with this sort of whole-body approach. This method can also be used for learning correct letter formation. directions in my comments idea from Mathbyhand.com

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