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Turning Noneducational Games into Learning Fun

As the year winds down to an end, spring fever sets it, and I find I need to step my game up with interesting activities that will keep students learning and on task. One way I have done that this year is by taking regular games that students are already familiar with and giving them an educational
  • Linda Dowell

    Multiplication Jenga and other math games! Easily adapted for addition and subtraction.

  • Amy Goldberg

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

  • Misty Webb

    Turning Noneducational Games into Learning Fun http://www.theorganizedclassroomblog.com/index.php/blog/turning-noneducational-games-into-learning-fun+ Math Center?? Maybe..

  • Brittany Brysch

    Turning games like Jenga into educational fun! There is also a really cool twister math idea at this site!

  • Kara Schumaker

    Multiplication Jenga and other math games (A Math Center)

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Multiplication Jenga, Classroom Math, Math Games, Math Center, Education Games, Math Ideas, Math Facts, Learning Fun, Addition And Subtraction

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