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A math game to reinforce subitizing skills. Teaches students to recognize how many pips are on a domino without counting each pip. Just print, affix game board on a file folder and cut out cards on lines indicated. Cards measure 2” x 2” . Game markers not included. Student draws domino card and mo
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This packet was designed around a specific math skill (Addition Concepts -1.OA.1, 1.OA.2, 1.OA.3, 1.OA.7), rather than a season or theme. This makes it easy to incorporate at any time during the year. The games are easy for the teacher to make and easy for the children to play individually or in g
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Thanksgiving Activities: Centers and printables for Thanksgiving You are saving 30% by getting the Bundle! Thanksgiving Centers Bundle Here is what's inside: Thanksgiving Literacy Centers Thanksgiving Math Centers If you love to have something meaningful and manageable that you kids can work on
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These equivalent fractions activities are perfect for offering seamless differentiation for your math centers, guided math groups, RTI intervention groups, and more! There are three main activities:Equivalent Fractions Dominoes♦ Set 1 (EASY): Consists only of fractions in picture form, so all stude
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Common Core aligned to help kids get a deeper understanding for fractions, decimals and number sense. This document includes at least 15 different math centers for decimals and fractions, if not more! Options for these pages are ENDLESS! You can match, play bingo, compare fractions and decimals,
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This recently updated resource consists of 6 math centers featuring games & activities designed to help your students practice identifying acute, right, and obtuse angles: #1 - What's Your Angle?: students work in pairs to identify as many acute, right, & obtuse angles as they can on their
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Students practice finding the important anchor of ten by playing a game of dominoes. This game highlights the importance of 10 as an anchor in the number system as well as helps children work quickly and flexibly with counting and computation. It is a great way to provide a fun focus on number sen
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