Adele Collins
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Here's a game called Dunk It Dominoes where students practice basic addition facts by "dunking" dominoes in the cup with the appropriate sum.

Here's a game called Dunk It Dominoes where students practice basic addition facts by "dunking" dominoes in the cup with the appropriate sum.

Have each child make one of these.  Give each child a sheet with everyone's name on it.  They walk around and ask their peers, "What time is it?".  Without "telling", they simply show their watch.  Times are recorded on the record sheet.  When each child has "asked" everyone, meet back and check.

Have each child make one of these. Give each child a sheet with everyone's name on it. They walk around and ask their peers, "What time is it?". Without "telling", they simply show their watch. Times are recorded on the record sheet. When each child has "asked" everyone, meet back and check.

Kids develop math concepts and fine motor skills as they build math facts using clothespins and craft sticks!   (Free ideas also included for helping kids work with fact families and missing addends.)

Kids develop math concepts and fine motor skills as they build math facts using clothespins and craft sticks! (Free ideas also included for helping kids work with fact families and missing addends.)