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I Have, Who Has Doubles, Split Doubles and Doubles plus 1

I Have, Who Has Doubles, Split Doubles and Doubles plus 1
I Have, Who Has Doubles, Split Doubles and Doubles plus 1
I Have, Who Has Doubles, Split Doubles and Doubles plus 1
I Have, Who Has Doubles, Split Doubles and Doubles plus 1
I Have, Who Has Doubles, Split Doubles and Doubles plus 1
I Have, Who Has Doubles, Split Doubles and Doubles plus 1
I Have, Who Has Doubles, Split Doubles and Doubles plus 1
I Have, Who Has Doubles, Split Doubles and Doubles plus 1
Product Description
My first graders are learning their double facts. This cute “twins talk” game will help build their fluency with double facts, split doubles and doubles plus 1.

I have included 2 games in this document. The first game focuses on split doubles. Partner up the children as you play this game.

The second game focuses on double facts up to 20 and doubles plus 1 up to 21.

Print out and laminate so the cards will last year after year.

How to Play:
Mix up and pass out all cards to the children. The student who has the START card will read aloud their number sentence. The student who has the answer to the problem will read aloud their answer and number sentence question. The game continues until you reach the END card.


My students really enjoy these types of games as a warm up to our lesson.

My best,
Eileen Cording
Total Pages
6 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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