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Want a way to keep your kids moving and learning math in February?

Maybe your kids have already played before and can't wait to play again. Or you've only seen Scoot mentioned before and want to try. Now's the chance to use this fun and engaging game.

Instead of sitting down your class will get up and moving - and learning. And for kinesthetic learners (estimated to be about 20% of young students), the movement aspect is essential to their skill building.

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6 different games:
* Multiply numbers up to 100
* Dividing numbers up to 100
* Mixed multiplication and division
* Adding and subtracting to 1000
* Multiplication and division equations
* Comparing fractions

Each game contains up to 30 different questions. This listing is themed for Valentine's Day and February and contains 1 version of each game.

Common Core standards met:
- Composing equations for multiplication and division (3.OA.A.4)
- Multiply and divide within 100 (3.OA.C.7)
- Multiply up to 90 (3.NBT.A.3)
- Add and subtract within 1000 (3.NBT.A.2)
- Compare fractions with >, =, and < (3.NF.A.3.d)

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How To Use
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This packet is good to use during a "low energy" period of the day, or during an intervention block. Instead of sitting not wanting to do anything, your class can get excited.

Our Scoot games can fulfill your interactive learning requirements. And because the whole class is playing, you know they are engaged.

Even better: Scoot can be played at anytime. If you see your class needs a break from the lesson, that's a perfect time to play. Switching up the activities to act as a skill builder is very effective.

This packet is an awesome skill practice or even as an enrichment activity for reviews. Or, you can keep the printouts ready at an addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division station.

Many teachers also use these as "Read the Room" activities instead of going desk to desk.

No matter how you fit them into your classroom, our math Scoot games will be a hit!

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