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Here is a fun code puzzle where students must figure out the words (without text clues) to complete a crossword puzzle! Students are given 4 ‘clue’ letters and the rest will be for them to discover…using critical thinking skills and their knowledge of Easter related vocabulary. After the students have found the words and completed the puzzle, they are then asked to write a story using each of the words at least once.
! This game has been designed for older students (4th, 5th, 6th grades) as they will need to be able to come up with words with .
Included: Student activity sheet and instructions (game play and scoring)
Give your students a fun way to practice their multiplication facts! Your students will love this fast paced math game with included fun twists such as: the ‘Green Horn‘, ‘Stampede!’, ‘Playing in the Mud‘, ‘Stomped‘ and ‘Growing Herd‘. Your students are going to want to play this game again and again!
- – Game instructions
- – Game Cards (all facts 0-12 PLUS fun ‘twist’ game cards)
- – (Optional) Card backs
- – (Optional) Answer Keys
Perfect for 2nd and 3rd grades, this resource includes 3 sets of cards to play a matching game. Each set includes 22 cards to create 11 matches. Students will need to either add or subtract to find the matches. *Play as a memory (concentration) game by turning the cards face down. Have each player on his or her turn, turn over two cards. If they match they keep those cards, if they do not match they turn them back face down and it is then the next person’s turn. At the end of the game, the player with the most cards win!
– On card would say…15 less than 31
– The matching card would be…16
You can use all sets separately or combine them for bigger games!
Help students learning to count and recognize number words (numbers 1-10) with this self-checking resource.
Simply print and cut out. Students will match each number, number word and picture. If correct, the pieces will fit together. Laminate to use over and over again, year after year.
This is a downloadable copy of the book. (640 pages)
About the book: 430 puzzles (answers provided), problems, paradoxes, and brain-teasers presented by a master of mathematical ingenuity.Virtually every sort of mathematical or logical poser is included in this extraordinary collection — problems concerning the manipulation of numbers; unicursal and route problems; moving counter puzzles; locomotion and speed problems; measuring, weighing, and packing problems; clock puzzles; combination and group problems. (See more in description below)
This is a downloadable copy of the book. (421 pages)
About the book: Games for the Playground, Home, School and Gymnasium is a wonderful reference to find old, new and various versions to common games. Although it was written more than one hundred years ago it is a rich source of information to increase variety for physical activities for children from preschool through high school.
Three fun Thanksgiving game boards using player game pieces of Pilgrims and turkeys as markers!
Benefits of playing tic-tac-toe:
- – It helps children apply their logic and develop strategy at an early age.
- – It prepares children for more complex games because they have to think of multiple things at one time.
- – It helps children learn how to follow rules and take turns.
- – It can help improve a child’s concentration.
- – It teaches good sportsmanship.
You can use these three templates for games and center activities!
– Color cube
– Number cube
– Blank cube: Use this template to create your own unique dice. Ideas of things to add: vocabulary or spelling words, number words, pictures, letters, parts of speech, literary devices – You can add anything to this template that will work with whatever game or center you are creating!
Non-commercial use only