With this Numbers to 99 Battle Game, students play battle with numerals, tally marks, and tens and ones. Numerals go from 1-99, tally marks go from 1 -99, and tens and ones go from 1 -99. You can break up the deck however you want, but my 1st graders play with the whole deck and love it. I assigned one expert to the group to begin with just to make sure everyone was counting tally marks correctly. This game has really helped with our tens and ones unit.
How do you incorporate math center activities? When I left the classroom a few years back to move to the school board, we were at a point in our district where they didn’t want us doing math centers. They only wanted literacy centers… blah, blah, blah. Well… I’m a rule follower, I REALLY am – but when I don’t believe or I do believe in something, BELIEVE me… I will find a way around the system to make it work for my students. I KNEW that math centers or math groups would help my students, so we incorporated them into our literacy centers. We have since moved back to allowing for math centers or math groups so that students can investigate on their own or within small groups.
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