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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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... 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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... case, time each player as he travels through the obstacle course. A player can go multiple times with the goal being to improve upon his own best time. fourth grade, obstacle course, pool, pool games, activities, outdoor activities, outdoor, fifth grade...
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... drawn on the driveway. Hop ten feet. Skip across the room. Drop and catch a bounced ball 15 times in a row. Balance on one foot for ten seconds. Cut a...
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..., too! There's no denying that times tables can be a challenge for your third grader. Mix in a little kinestethic fun and your child will be slam-dunking...
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... both of the dice and have her physically do the action word as many times around the imaginary circle as listed on the number die. For example, if the action die...
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... each player a playing card to trace 6 times on a sheet of construction paper. In between each traced rectangle, ask them to write a "+" symbol. After the...
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...) Arm curl a light weight 10 times smoothly for each arm Hopscotch in and out of the entire pattern once 4th grade, 5th grade, outdoor, outdoor activity, game...
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... has played a couple of times and understands the game, you can time her going through the ten cards, and then encourage her to try to beat her own time. You can also...
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... understanding of exponents at the same time! What's an Exponent? exponent: indicates how many times the number is to be used in multiplication; it is written...
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... box and take turn throwing the arrows at the targets. Keep track of how many times each Cupid's arrows make it into the target, and name a winner at the end based on...
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... the twister incorrectly, that player is out! The next step is to speed things up! Go around 4 more times saying player one’s tongue twister, speeding up...
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... fold a sheet of white paper 3 times. Trace the largest circular object onto the top of the folded sheet of paper. Cut this out and count how many large circles you...
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... sets of cards suitable for different places (your yard, a local garden, a meadow) and different times of the year (winter, fall, spring). Keep these cards in the...
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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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