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This Math unit includes 5 different activities with a football theme: -Greater than/Less than -Even & Odd Numbers -Hundreds chart game -Subtracting Numbers from 11 -Addition: Doubles and Near Doubles
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This is a math lesson created on SMART Notebook for use on an interactive whiteboard. It is appropriate for kindergarten or first grade students. Students have the opportunity to roll the ball (by tapping on it) and knock over pins (by tapping on the pins) to reveal how many pins they knocked down
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Math Bowl is a new series that I have created to help keep your students "on a roll" in math! (Cheesy, I know!) In this activity, students compete against each other either individually or with a partner as they work to solve word problems. The objective of this game is for students to achieve a “st
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Math Bowl is a new series that I have created to help keep your students "on a roll" in math! (Cheesy, I know!) In this activity, students compete against each other either individually or with a partner as they work to solve word problems. The objective of this game is for students to achieve a “st
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Math Bowl is a new series that I have created to help keep your students "on a roll" in math! (Cheesy, I know!) In this activity, students compete against each other either individually or with a partner as they work to solve word problems. The objective of this game is for students to achieve a “st
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Math Bowl is a new series that I have created to help keep your students "on a roll" in math! (Cheesy, I know!) In this activity, students compete against each other either individually or with a partner as they work to solve word problems. The objective of this game is for students to achieve a “st
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Math Bowl is a new series that I have created to help keep your students "on a roll" in math! (Cheesy, I know!) In this activity, students compete against each other either individually or with a partner as they work to solve word problems. The objective of this game is for students to achieve a “st
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Don't forget to leave a review. :-) Math Bowl is a new series that I have created to help keep your students "on a roll" in math! (Cheesy, I know!) In this activity, students compete against each other either individually or with a partner as they work to solve problems. The objective of this game
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Students will use the results of four die rolls to determine different equations that incorporate powers and/or roots and that end up equaling 1, 2, 3, 4,....10. Should a student "knock down" all ten "pins" (determine different equations with the same four rolled decimal numbers to equal all answer
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Math Bowl is a new series that I have created to help keep your students "on a roll" in math! (Cheesy, I know!) In this activity, students compete against each other either individually or with a partner as they work to solve word problems. The objective of this game is for students to achieve a “st
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This product is to be used with Nintendo Wii Bowling. Just print and play! No setup required. Students are motivated to practice different concepts by using the Wii. Students will play Wii and complete the recording sheets based on the math concept that they are learning. You can play as a whol
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Math Bowling is a game to practice using the order of operations given three numbers. To start the game, roll a dice three times, placing the three numbers in the middle boxes. The students can only use those three numbers in order to get a strike. They may only use four operations: addition, sub
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Math Bowl is a new series that I have created to help keep your students "on a roll" in math! (Cheesy, I know!) In this activity, students compete against each other either individually or with a partner as they work to solve word problems. The objective of this game is for students to achieve a “st
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Math Bowl is a new series that I have created to help keep your students "on a roll" in math! (Cheesy, I know!) In this activity, students compete against each other either individually or with a partner as they work to solve word problems. The objective of this game is for students to achieve a “st
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Students roll 3 dice and using any combination of addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, parentheses, and exponents to write numerical expressions to which the answers are numbers from 1-10. Those answers “knock down” that number pin. Each player takes turn rolling until they have “bowle
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Students will use the results of four die rolls to determine different equations that end up equaling 1, 2, 3, 4,....10. Should a student "knock down" all ten "pins" (determine different equations with the same four rolled numbers to equal all numbers between 1 and 10 inclusively), s/he gets a math
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Students will use the results of four die rolls to determine different equations that end up equaling 1, 2, 3, 4,....10. Should a student "knock down" all ten "pins" (determine different equations with the same four rolled decimal numbers to equal all answers between 1 and 10 inclusively), s/he get
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Students will use the results of four die rolls to determine different equations that end up equaling 1, 2, 3, 4,....10. Should a student "knock down" all ten "pins" (determine different equations with the same four rolled fractions to equal all answers between 1 and 10 inclusively), s/he gets a ma
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Math Bowling Pin Rainbow Clip Art Part of the Math Rainbow COLOSSAL Bundle Clip Arts Part 2 Included in this Product: • SVG File • 15 Full Colored items • 1 Black and white items • 16 pieces clip art in total • Each clipart saved separately in 7”x7” 300 dpi PNG files, transparent background *Co
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Writing equations has never been more fun!!!This fun game challenges students to write equations using the same set of numbers in a variety of ways. As students become more adept in math they can add exponents, fractions... once they begin to understand the order of operations, they can add parenthe
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This activity is great for applying Orders of Operations skills. Students roll a die three times to come up with three numbers they can use to get a strike. The purpose of the activity is to come up with different orders of operation equations to "knock over" all the bowling pins. For example, a stu
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Spice up your math centers/stations with bowling! Every student needs practice with addition and they can practice while having fun. Either purchase a play bowling set or make your own. Hope you enjoy!
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This is an addition game for students to play during math. It is meant to play with a partner, although you can have students play by themselves. There are two versions of the game. The first version has two boards: one with pins 2-7, and one with pins 7-12. The second version has a board with pi
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This is one of the games used in my math centers! The product includes a title page for a folder, the rules, and a play page. This is great for younger students first practicing their addition and subtraction skills or as review/reinforcement for older students. Could also be adapted to include o
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