• Noggle board with a pocket chart. Students multiply number neighbors to get as close to 100 as possible. Directions can be adapted for other operations.

• Rock & Teach: Monday Made It III The object of Noggle is to multiply number neighbors together to try and get as close as possible to 100.

• Rock & Teach: Math Boggle

• math game: NOGGLE - The object of Noggle is to multiply number neighbors together to try and get as close as possible to 100. For example I could multilply 3 x 6 = 18, 18 x 5 = 90 Pretty close! My hope is my students practice their multiplication and develop a better understanding of what a number is worth! And if you're wondering where I got the odd name of Noggle, here's my thought process: since the game is similar to Boggle except with Numbers, I took off the B and added an N.... :)

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OMG this actually works! mind=blown

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