Wish List Wednesday Giveaway: Center Game Math Addition "Doubles Plus One" Concept

  
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Wednesday's Wish List Giveaway and TPT Sale!
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My Number One Wish Listed Item This Week
Center Game Math Addition "Doubles Plus One" Concept
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9 comments

  1. Wow this looks perfect for a review next year in 2nd grade!!!

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  2. I like to use small whiteboards and give students a problem to solve. They keep their own tally marks to see who scores the most and I can help ones that don't understand a concept.

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  3. I like to use playing cards. With playing cards, you can practice number sense, place value, measures of central tendency, addition--lots of things.

    Melissa
    Creations by Mrs. Mouse

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  4. I like to play a game called Bankers game. Its practice for place value. We use base ten blocks.

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  5. I like to play a game called Bankers game. Its practice for place value. We use base ten blocks.

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  6. l love to play jeopardy review games.

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  7. I like to play War-type games to help develope number sense early on.

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  8. Bump is pretty fun to play small or whole group

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  9. My kids love bump, and since we are working one on one at tutoring, we only have 2-3 people together to play a game, so that's a good one. I download every different board I can find for holidays, etc., and my kids love them. Thanks for your Giveaway as well as all of your wonderful freebies and great units.

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