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A strong knowledge of addition facts is essential for every first grade student. Create a fun board game at home in order to review this important skill! You will need two dice, a game board print out, and place markers in order to play.

Slap It!: An Odds and Evens Card Game

This activity is based on the popular card game, Slapjack. It's rip-roaring fun, and it reinforces the concepts of odd and even, which in turn will help your child succeed in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

Elevens Card Game

Looking for a cool game to help your first grader learn her 11s? Look no further than this clever one-person card game.

Play the Shape Twister Game

Young kids love bright colors and shapes. This silly game combines shapes, color, and motion--to teach core kindergarten skills. It's kind of like Twister...with a twist!

Painting Snow

In first grade, children are introduced to fractions. Here's a recipe that combines fraction practice with winter fun and lets kids actually paint the snow!

Cover It

Check out this exciting way to practice addition! This two player game uses dice to get its point across. Players add up numbers to find different sums. There's plenty of repetition, which makes this game a fun alternative to flash cards.

Dice Addition

Addition is not for the faint of heart! Roll the die, and cross your fingers for a big number. Add that number to your total and race to 50. Be careful not to go over though!

Seventeen: A Math-Builder Card Game

Your kid probably knows that two plus two equals four. But what does it take to get to seventeen? Try this card game to explore all the possibilities, build math fact skills, and, more importantly from a kid-perspective, have a great time while you're at it!

Play Snakes and Dots

Practice problem solving skills with your kindergarten or first grade student in this simple two-player game.

Patriotic Pinwheel

This hands-on activity uses just a few ordinary supplies to create an extra-fun 4th of July craft.

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