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    By Becky

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    There are many games that can be made. Think TV games. Jeopardy: you categories can be addition, subtraction, greater than, less than, fractions, etc.
    Give each category pt. value.
    place answers under each category and have st. come up with their questions/problems.
    2. Match game: on one flash card put the answers and on the other the math problem. St. match them.
    3. Relay races: have student teams fill in a family of fact house. Make flashcards with family of facts (separately) and throw in a couple of misleading ones. The team that fills their house with correct family of facts wins.
    4. Around the world flash card game, but use a ball or inflatable globe to toss to the opponent playing the champ.
    These are just a few I've played with my students.
    They can be adjusted for 1st - 4th. Good luck!

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