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Thursday, September 28, 2017

How to Quickly Improve Your Addition Fluency Strength!

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Are you looking for an easy game for your kiddos to do while you're assessing? 

Do your kiddos need more practice with adding? 

I have just what you are looking for! This game of Roll and Cover is fun and helpful at the same time. 

You just need one die per group, one or two cards per group of two students. You'll also need beans, cubes, coins, or whatever you use to cover the numbers. 

Pair up your students. They can each have their own card, or they can share one card. If they are sharing a card, they will need two different colors of manipulatives to cover, so they can tell which one is theirs. 

They take turns rolling the dice and then they add 1 more number to what they rolled on the dice. So if they rolled a 3, they would add a 1 and that totals 4. They would cover one of the 4's.  If there is no 4 available, they have to skip their turn. 

The play continues until one of them gets 4 in a row. The one who gets 4 in the row first is the winner. But actually everyone wins because they are working on their math facts. 

There are also boards that you
 can roll and add 2 and roll and add 3. 


You can save your colored ink when you print these. Just print them on colored paper (or cardstock) to make them more interesting. But printing on white paper is also ok. 

If you're reading this within the first 24 hours of me posting this set, you can grab it at half off. Click HERE to see it. 
After tomorrow night, they will be back up to full price. 

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