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... the deck and then shuffle the cards. Lay out two cards face up on the center of the table. Whoever correctly shouts out the number of the sum times 2 wins...
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Work on measurement by sliding cards along a table with your second grader in this fun game. Use centimeters or inches, add up your totals, and see who's won!
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Create some cards and a factor board and get ready to practice multiplication. This game will help your kid get one step closer to memorizing times tables!
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... players to shuffle the deck and place it face down in the center of the table. Have another player pass out maps and either colored pencils or markers to...
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... white paper. Then, draw a circle on top of the stack. Cut out the circles and set them aside. Encourage her to fold a sheet of black paper as many times as she...
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... center of the table. Flip one card face up from the deck and set it on the table. Each player takes a turn at trying to create a sum that equals 0. They can use...
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... (jacks, queens, and kings) removed 2 or more players What You Do: Have your child shuffle the cards and place the deck face down on the table. Tell her...
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..., quarter hours, and half hours down though. Make the times as tricky as you think your kid is capable of handling. Cut out your clocks. Tape each one onto the...
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... were dealt. No peeking! Place the remaining deck face down in the center of the table. Have one of the players flip over the top card and place it face up on...
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... playing cards and deal 5 cards face down to each player. The rest of the cards should be placed face down in a pile in the center of the table. Players pick...
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..., placing them face up on the table. Ask the players to look at their hands and figure out their points. Even numbers = 1 point, cards divisible by 3 = 6...
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..., multiplication game, times tables, times tables game, third grade math, third grade game, third grade math game, math board game...
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... times tables. Try reviewing those facts, Tic-Tac-Toe style! There are plenty of fun ways to practice multiplication facts, and this game is definitely one of them...
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... of the table. These cards are the answer cards. Players must select two or three cards from their hand that, when combined using any math operation, equal the...
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...) What You Do: Invite your child to help set the table for the tea party with a tablecloth or festive placemats. While getting ready for the etiquette tea party...
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... game for a child who's having troubles learning her numbers. Is she is confusing 2 and 5? On day one, have her locate the number two several times, each...
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... he finishes the tea, help him open the tea strainer to let the tea leaves loose in the cup. Have him swirl the cup three times, then dump leftover tea liquid into...
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... chosen. Lay all the cards on the table, face up, and have your child match each word to the corresponding picture. You could also try some name...
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... hearts Timer Table What You Do: Ask your child to split the conversation hearts evenly among the players. Everyone should have at least ten of them...
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... lines are the same as the titles.) Put the cards face down on the table and mix them up. Now it’s time to play! Give each player a board and some bingo...

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