Let’s Play Cards

In a search to find new ways to practice our math fact fluency skills over the summer, we came across these fun card games.

making ten
Make Ten
is a fun way to practice “making ten” using addition and subtraction. 





close call

Close Call encourages students to learn addition patterns by creating sums up to 100.






This video demonstrates how to adapt the traditional War game into a fun review. I love that it is adaptable to accommodate two players at different skills level.

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