More primary games for developing number sense!

Thank you for coming this evening in such numbers to play and talk math!  It is so important that we work conscientiously on developing number sense in our students – the ability to compare sets, to build and represent number in many ways, to partition and decompose number – in advance of working with the operations…  Laying these foundations is so critical to success…

For those of you who did not get a handout this evening (whew! 32 more than I expected!), click here to download the games for k-3 number sense.

And, as an added treat, Jennifer passed along this HIGHLY addictive game for finding the complements to ten called math lines.  If you can get past the ads on the host page and focus on the math, it’s really fun – an JUST like a game called Zuma that I have on my iPhone…  🙂



One response

  1. I was at one of your workshops in Kelowna last summer and have lost one of my favourite activities. I printed off a set of coloured dot cards and used them a lot at the beginning of the year. I would like to lend them to a parent but am unable to find it on your website again.

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