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Bazinga. Use library pocket cards and any kind of educational playing cards. Place one card in each pocket and a silly card (cartoon character, etc) in 3 of the other pockets. As the student tries to find the cartoon character, they pull out other cards and have to do what they say (math problems, sight words, quiz questions, etc.). Once they find the special cards they yell Bazinga!