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All of my students go crazy over these different math games! They all have so much fun playing these games. They really help reinforce the skills of addition while having fun!
Spill and Count- This math game should be played with the yellow/red counter. Fill up a cup with whatever number you are trying to focus on. As the kids spill out the cup, they record how many red counters there are and how many yellow there are. Then, they will count how many counters there are total.
Roll and Add- This game can be used to help with basic math addition. Each child will get 2 dice and roll it, write down the first number and write down the second dice number in the second box. They can use the dots to help them count the total number. As the children are getting more progressed, they can use the two dice for each box.
1, 2, 3, Add- This game can be used for adding numbers 0-10. You pair the students up with a partner and each of them say, "1, 2, 3 add" and hold out a certain number of fingers. They will record how many one partner held out in the first box and the other partners number in the second. Then, they will count the total fingers that were displayed and that is their answer. As the children are learning to add higher numbers, each partner can use two hands.
Each of these games is also sold separately in my store. Please let me know if you have any further questions!