Q. If you had 4 apples and 5 oranges in one hand and 6 apples and 7 oranges in the other, what would you have A. Very large hands Related Math Games: What did the zero say to the 8? Why didn’t the two 4’s feel like

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Read more →Related Math Games: Ordered Fractions: Compare and Order Fractions Game Fraction Switch: Proper Fractions Games Fraction Relay: Proper Fractions Games Half N Half: Improper Fractions Games and Mixed Numbers Games What did the zero say to the 8?

Read more →Why didn’t the two 4’s feel like dinner? Because they already 8.

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Read more →The Power Roller Game gives kids the opportunity to make great choices about which number should be the base and which should be the exponent. For example, given the numbers 7 and 10, which would you make the base and which would you make the exponent to

Read more →The Integer Addition Game does something very interesting. It uses the red cards for a negative value and the black cards for a positive value. This is a great strategy since the phrase “in the red” means a company is losing money and the phrase “in the

Read more →The Percentage Snap game gives kids the opportunity to test their mental math when it comes to fraction-percentage equivalencies. This is a game of speed and mental agility. Some fractions will be easy for kids to convert quickly. An ace picked first, followed by the two of

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