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Not pathetic at all. I should have put directions with the file. On the "Go Fish" game, print the fish on the back side of the number cards. The students play "Go Fish" like the old fashioned game but they are looking for the sum that goes with the additon sentences. Each child would draw 5 cards. The rest of the cards go in a pile face down. If they have a card with "5+6" then they would ask their partner, "Do you have 11?" If their partner has 11, they give it to them. If they do not, they draw a card from the extra pile. Once a player has a match (the addition sentence to the sum) then they would place those down on the ground. They continue until they have no cards left in their hand. The player with the most matches at the end wins. Hope that helps!