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from Games 4 Gains

Amaze Your Students With This Math Magic Trick!

Want to show off a little 'magic' in math class tomorrow?  Want to watch your students' jaws drop when they see you guess their secret number correctly again and again?  Learn how to do this magic math trick and get your FREE printable Magic Math cards to use at Games4Gains.com.

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ʕ´・ᴗ・`ʔ READ Endless Pinabilities!: A Little Math Humor ;-)

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False. Started with 7. Doubled to 14. Added 6 to get to 20. Divide it BY HALF (.5) and got 40. Subtracted my original 7 and ended up with 33. <--- False. Acutally, you were supposed to divide by half of 20, not 1. 10-7=3.

from Alan Peat's Blog

Divide & Conquer

by Dave Godfrey The other day I was working with sets of teachers from different phases in a Rochdale school. A session with with Upper Key Stage 2 staff was preceded by a session with KS1 staff. T...

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from Adventures in Learning

Math Magic Tricks . Activities for Kids: Adventures In Learning . PBS Parents

Do your kids hate math? Add a little bit of magic and they'll be sure to get excited! See 3 tricks to have up your sleeve with @pbsparents.

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Multiplication Hints and Tricks from Mrs Lane on TeachersNotebook.com (30 pages)

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Cool Math trick to get your students doing math with a bit of magic!

from Games 4 Gains

Amaze Your Students With This Math Magic Trick!

Want to show off a little 'magic' in math class tomorrow? Want to watch your students' jaws drop when they see you guess their secret number correctly again and again? Learn how to do this magic math trick and get these FREE printable Magic Math cards to use at Games4Gains.com.

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This is an Amazing Math Card Trick. We still don’t understand why it works. You’ll blow people away with it if you follow the directions.

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