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Addition and Addition Math Centers: 13 Differentiated Games Included!

Addition and Addition Math Centers: 13 Differentiated Games Included!
Addition and Addition Math Centers: 13 Differentiated Games Included!
Addition and Addition Math Centers: 13 Differentiated Games Included!
Addition and Addition Math Centers: 13 Differentiated Games Included!
Addition and Addition Math Centers: 13 Differentiated Games Included!
Addition and Addition Math Centers: 13 Differentiated Games Included!
Addition and Addition Math Centers: 13 Differentiated Games Included!
Addition and Addition Math Centers: 13 Differentiated Games Included!
Product Description
13 Differentiated Addition, Subtraction and Number Sense Math Centers! Can be used for grades K-2 for a wide range of student abilities!

This Product Includes the Following Math Centers:

1. Read The Number & Sign Board Game – Version 1
2. Read The Number & Sign Board Game – Version 2
3. Addition Within 10 Board Game
4. Subtraction Within 10 Board Game
5. Addition and Subtraction Within 10 Board Game
6. Addition Within 20 Board Game
7. Subtraction Within 20 Board Game
8. Addition and Subtraction Within 20 Board Game
9. Doubles, Doubles Board Game
10 Roll, Place & Solve Board Game – Version 1
(Using Target Dollar Spot Dice)
11. Roll, Place & Solve Board Game – Version 2
(Using Target Dollar Spot Dice)
12. Roll, Place & Solve Addition
13. Roll, Place & Solve Subtraction

*Every game requires the following materials:
Dice, Game Pieces, Dry Erase Markers (optional)

*You can use pom-poms as game pieces. They are cheap to buy and easy to replace. Plus – they don’t make any noise!
*You can use foam dice. They make less noise and are easy for the students to use.
*You can laminate each game. They then become dry erase. The students can use the white space as work space to solve the problems.
*The games on slides 13 and 14 are made for the colored target dollar spot dice. If you don’t have those dice, games on slides 15 and 16 can be played with regular foam dice.

*Tip: I break my kids into math groups based on ability. Before putting out these centers, I pull each group in the back and teach them the specific center they will be playing.
Total Pages
17 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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