I hope your students enjoy it as much as mine have. I learned about Look and Learn at a conference 11 or 12 years ago. I wish I could remember who the presenter was, but alas, my brain only remembers the concept.
Print page 4, the Look and Learn board, as a poster. I printed mine at 215% which is the size the labels will fit on. Trim and tape the pages so they fit together as a poster and laminate for durability. Once you have this board created, all my other units will be the same size and fit easily inside the boxes.
Print the worksheet, page 5, and the flashcards at 100% and laminate.
To play, put the Look and Learn Board on an easel, or white board where students can easily see it. Affix the flash cards in any order desired to the Look and Learn board. I use putty because I can use it over and over again.
The students use the worksheet to translate the information on the board into a number sentence. For example if they see the card
the student would write 1+3=4 on their worksheet
in the corresponding space. Students work until they
have solved all 16 problems.
The Look and Learn is easily changed by rearranging the problems or putting on another set.