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    By Kim

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    If you are playing math games, then cards are always easy to use... Go Fish, War (Call it "Compare"), Crazy Eights, etc. There are books out there with just card and dice games. IF you are working on reading skills you can make sequencing cards. Or make flash cards and play a game called "Bang!" Another teacher taught it to my kids and although the name isn't a favorite, you can rename it. The children get the flash cards that they can read, but if they get the Bang! card they have to give their cards all back. Winner is the one with most cards when you havbe gone throught the deck once. My kids love this game for some reason and it's great for drill. Yo can also make a generic game board and change the question or activity cards. Parchesi, Chutes and Ladders, etc are always good. My class also likes BrainQuest for a mix of questions.

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