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Make Your Math Games Reusable

By Beth Newingham on May 7, 2013
  • Grades: 3–5

For Math Workshop, we copy, cut, and laminate all of the Everyday Mathematics game boards (and any game boards that we use from the Scholastic professional books) so that they are sturdy enough to be used by multiple groups during the year and in years to come. We also mount and laminate the directions so that students do not need to interrupt us while we are working with another group.

We organize all of our math games in manila envelopes and store them in a cart with drawers so that we know all of the games we have available for each unit and can easily locate them when necessary.

Comments (1)

Yes,Math games are really needed for an easy understanding.This also helps to work out more with an interest.So,I always say to go with that specially for children's which forms a strong foundation for their future.

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