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Get in some great counting practice with this roll and color worksheet. Dice and crayons make this a fun practice activity! My toddler is currently obsessed with counting. It definitely makes my math teacher heart happy. He loves playing different games, so I made this roll and color worksheet for him and told him that …

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I created this divisibility rules dice game several years ago to give students practice with using divisibility rules. To play the game, students need to be able to determine if numbers are divisible by 2, 3, 5, 9, or 10. I used this game with 9th graders enrolled in “Math Concepts,” a course designed for …

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This Pi Day Dice Challenge was inspired by a twitter post from Texas Math Teacher. I created a free downloadable template that can be used to host a Pi Day Dice Challenge Tournament in your own classroom. Just add dice! I decided to take the idea and run with it. I created a template to …

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I think I’m almost finally done sharing activities to review absolute value, opposite, reciprocal, and opposite reciprocal. This was a new skill addition this year, so I had to start from scratch with making review activities! To understand my rationale for this activity, you kinda need to know what my SBG quiz for this skill …

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I love using the Blocko game to give students much needed practice with experimental and theoretical probability. This game also goes by the name “Beano.” I prefer to play it with linking cubes, so we call it Blocko. Algebra 1 is in the midst of our LAST unit of the year.  With the stress and …

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