WAHOO! So pleased to hear that you like it. I will be updating the file over the summer, so be on the lookout for the update and then download the new file from your My Purchases section. :) Enjoy and stop by again soon. :)
Thanks for your feedback. I agree that full-sized cards are great if you have a lot of room on a table or floor. The included cards are perfect for a single desk! :) I hope that you and your kiddos enjoy this- it is a very popular game in 6th grade... ha ha.
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Totally get that. Wanted cards included in case teachers didn't have access to them. Glad you enjoyed the game. It can become quite the competition in my classroom! Ha ha. I hope you have a wonderful night and please stop by again soon.
Thanks for your feedback. I know your kiddos will love it. The cards are a bit smaller so they will all fit on a student desk. If you would like them a bit larger, one idea might be to increase the % when printing them! :)
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My kids just got done playing this game and they LOVED it. It was easy enough to learn but the twist makes it fun. It worked well for my special education students too. This is a great sub activity, the kids work on math fluency and it's ready to go at a moment's notice. Thanks for a great game!
Thanks for your kind feedback and words. I loved reading about how this is working so well in your classroom. I appreciate hearing how you use it in your classroom. Have a wonderful day and please swing by again soon.
Thanks for the feedback. I agree, the game appears basic- that to me is the beauty of it! :) I LOVE the idea of negative numbers. How fun! WAHOO!
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Thank you for your kind words and feedback. I hope you enjoy playing this engaging game with your kiddos! Challenge them to beat YOU- they really get into that-
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November 12, 2012
I love to use math games during tutoring. I even get students who don't really need tutoring wanting to come. This will be another great game for the kids to have fun and learn at the same time.
Thank you so much for your kinds words and great feedback. I love hearing how my resources are being used. :) I agree- getting kids to play games is a great way to get them to practice without even realizing it! Thanks for stopping by and please come by again soon!
Thank you for your feedback! I am positive that you will enjoy this game and the benefit it provides of using lots of basic math facts! :)
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November 4, 2012
Can't wait to use this with my kids! Love using math games
Thanks for leaving feedback. :) I hope that you have great success with this wonderful game. I am sure it will be come a class favorite. Have a great day and please stop by again soon.
Thanks for leaving feedback! I am happy that you like Flip-It Math! I played this just yesterday with my class. The student I was playing against won- he was very excited. Happy teaching!
Thank for leaving feedback. I hope that you enjoy playing. I really enjoy playing this game with my students. They LOVE when they beat me! Have a fantastic school year, and please stop by again soon. :)
I have had many teachers say that this game has worked up to 8th grade. They mix it up and add positive and negative numbers to the rules. My 6th graders love playing this game as well. It is a very flexible game, and I think you will find that you can adjust the rules to your liking. :) I hope that helps and please let me know if you have any other questions.
Thank you for contacting me regarding the flip-it math game. It covers all four operations, but can easily be played with only add & subtract, OR, multiply and divide. Really any combination of TWO different operations.
I hope that helps. If you have further questions, please don't hesitate to contact me. Have a great day. :)
March 22, 2013
Would this product be appropriate for sixth graders (some at the gifted level)?
Absolutely. I teach 6th graders and they LOVE it! I have even had 7th and 8th grade teachers tell me their students love it. The game appears to be really simple, but with a couple of twists and probability the games takes on a challenge that most kids can't resist. :)
Thanks for your question. Have a fantastic new year and please let me know if you have any more questions!