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  • Nina

    math centers magnetic number game- multiple ways to use this

  • Gramma Marie's Children's Centre

    Magnetic number fishing, they add what they catch! As well as addition, develops hand/eye coordination, fine motor. Great for learning numbers OR letters.

  • Alix McAnally Crunk

    Magnetic number fishing, they add what they catch! As well as addition, develops hand/eye coordination, fine motor- Math center!!

  • Glenna Greenwald

    Magnetic number fishing, they add what they catch! As well as addition, develops hand/eye coordination, fine motor. Could also use large magnetic letters or numbers for ID. Built up handle on "fishing pole"

  • Brandy Ramirez

    Kids math fishing game...they add what they catch. Awesome idea

  • Sharon Garcia

    Learning Numbers - Magnet Fishing have wordwork fishing game have magnetic numbers in my math stations never thought to do a number fishing game like this good idea!

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