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A useful st of 72 number cards - showing Place Value, Numerals, Written Numbers and Tally marks. Great for sorting and ordering games | www.mathsticks.com

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from Leah With Love

{Mommy School} Playing & Learning with Play-Doh

This simple activity is more than fine motor play. It would make a great "minute-to-win-it" type game, too, or any one of a number of other uses.

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from Childhood101

Math Games for Kids: How to Play Place Value War

A fun adaptation of the popular kids card game, War, this math game is perfect for reinforcing and assessing learning about place value.

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from There's Just One Mommy

Subtraction Squish

Looking for a fun way to practice subtraction facts? Here's a simple activity that mixes sensory play and using a number line when solving subtraction facts.

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from Organized Classroom

Turning Noneducational Games into Learning Fun

Jenga Math (indoor recess...kids will love it!) You can also write in sharpie on them...maybe one side for math and the other for language?! Possibilities are endless! I knew I kept Jenga and Twister in my storage closet for some reason!! =)

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