piece of construction paper
12.5 cm by 10 cm ( 5" x 4") and 12 white
strips 7.5 cm by 2.5 cm ( 3" x 1") to each student.
them fold up the bottom edge of the larger piece about 2.5 cm ( 1 ") to
form a pocket.
staple or tape the two open edges together.
the white strips, ask them to inscribe large numerals (0 to 9) with
felt-tip pens, making duplicates of the 1 and the 2.
the game starts, children arrange the numerals in sequence on their
the game by saying, "I'm thinking of another name for `7 x 4'."
signal, "Show me," students fit the answer into the pocket and hold up
from all basic operations can be used.
game causes no embarrassment for children who hesitate or hold up
incorrect answers repeatedly.
that such children construct another set of cards for home practice.
Me" cards will promote fact mastery and also help you to instantly
identify those children who need extra practice.
can make their own and keep them in their math folders for easy access.
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