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... cards. Place the remaining cards face down in the center of the table. Have the first player turn over the top card and set it face up to start a...
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.... Request that any players who have 7s in their hands place them in a row in the center of the table. The objective of the game is for all players to place their cards...
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... around a table or on the floor. The first player reaches into the bag (without peeking!) and pulls out a card. The player reads the card, covers it, and spells...
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... aces, what is the probability of an ace being drawn? Since 1/6th of the cards are aces, the chances are 1 in 6. Have her spread the 24 cards out on the table face...
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... place them face down in a pile in the center of the table. Have her roll the die twice. The first roll determines the number of piles of cards she'll need...
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... round, players can request another card from the dealer. Players can also stop playing whenever they'd like by placing their cards face up on the table. Inform the...
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... the table. Use addition, subtraction, multiplication or division to find correct answers and sharpening those all-important critical thinking skills. What You...
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... face down in the middle of the table. Announce that aces = 1. Have each player choose two cards. Then, challenge him to figure out the sum, difference or product...
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... succeed. What You Need: Deck of cards What You Do: Shuffle the deck and place one card face down on a table. Ask your child to turn the...
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... a 3 x 3 square. The remaining deck should be face down on the table. Have her cover face cards that she dealt by placing fresh cards from the deck face up right...
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... on the table. Whoever announces the the correct product, (answer), aloud first, wins both cards. If there’s a tie, both players can keep their cards. Players...
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... the table and choose an image. On back of image, have him apply a dot of glue in each corner, then turn image over and stick on card. Make sure you leave room on the...
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...Take a break from the flash cards and try practicing multiplication facts with this fun game! Help your third grader gain confidence working with his times tables...
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... up and down three times and say "jan ken pon" as they do. On the third motion, players make one of the follwing hand gestures: Rock: Hold out a...
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... an O.  To win, a child must successfully get three sheets in a row. Helpful Tip: Want to play this game multiple times and really...
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..., or on a table. Give your child the fishing rod and tell them it’s time to go fishing! Each time you call out a word, she should look for the word you&rsquo...
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... up we where yellow you Step 2: Have your child lay the index cards on a table in rows, in a face-down position. You should have a...
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... way to reinforce the alphabet and practice writing, but it's a good activity for the kitchen table. So the next time your child is whining for something to do as...
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... circle and draw an ant on the cut-out circle. Shuffle and place the deck face down on the table. Have him place his ant at the bottom of a sheet of white paper...
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... on the table, next to the board. Players take turns choosing a card from the pile and moving the amount of squares forward towards the winner’s circle. If...

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