Here’s a Valentines Day game that will give your K-1 students lots of practice adding and subtracting by counting up and counting back on the number line.
When your students read a card from the set of 36 clue cards, they follow the directions and "hug a (love!) bug" by using a wipe-off marker to make an X on their own number line. The first player to have five Xs in a row wins the game.
Game assembly is simple: print on cardstock, cut apart, and laminate for durability. There’s even a label for your storage container! This set will be an ideal addition to your winter math centers or math tubs.
This free resource is a sample from Valentine Number Line Addition and Subtraction.
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Linda Nelson grants permission to the original downloader to reproduce material for his or her own classroom use only. No other part of this work may be reproduced in whole or in part by electronic or mechanical means including information storage and retrieval systems without permission in writing from the author.
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