Use these addition fact strips to make Jenga into a fun way for students to practice their basic addition facts. There are 54 addition fact strips, one for each block in a standard Jenga game. A color coded answer card is also provided.
Simply cut out the facts strips and tape each one onto the bottom of a different Jenga block (this is a great job for a student or a parent volunteer). If you use 3/4 inch tape, the tape will cover the strip perfectly. Another option is to print on label paper. Laminate the answer sheet.
Set up the game as usual with the fact strips facing down. Play the game following the normal Jenga rules, except that when a student successfully pulls out a block, he or she must give the correct answer to the addition fact. The other players can use the answer sheet to
check the answer.
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