Great math game for helping students memorize their quick ten math facts!
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I have always loved using the rainbow tens method to help my second graders memorize their quick ten facts. Early in the year we draw rainbows, and make anchor charts, and even do puppet shows with Star Wands to rehearse our facts.
I’ve made this set of Rainbow Tens math cards to help my students become fluent in their basic addition facts. I’ve put the numbers in the color order that we memorize them as a memory trick since our brains love color and patterns. The card borders are in the six colors of the rainbow so that you can have multiple sets out in your classroom at once, but the cards don’t get mixed up.
There is also a black and white set if you’d like to save colored ink, or have the kids color their own!
Three game boards/worksheets are included in this pack for added accountability while playing the card games independently during centers. The color pages can be printed in a limited quantity and laminated for repeated use.
I hope you find these math cards and games as useful and enjoyable as my kids have.
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