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  • Jaime Monaco

    Math Facts Race using water bottle caps! Nice Math Center activity

  • Carrie Wahl

    SAVE WATER BOTTLE CAPS = instant math workstation!!!! A Love For Teaching: Adventures in Second Grade blogged an activity called Math Facts Race! It’s a great, engaging math activity that can be changed to accommodate lower to higher math learners.

  • Marissa Ward

    A Love for Teaching: Math Facts Race! Love that you use water bottle caps!

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