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Simple number grids are a great math tool for young children. Grids allow children to clearly see numbers they are adding or subtracting, as their finger “jumps” from one number to the next. Grids consist of rows (across) and columns (up and down.) Using the number grid allows young children to add and subtract large numbers, without having to know about borrowing and carrying.
Number of Downloads: 4617  | Created on: 04/07/2010 hot icon
Fun math game for the table! Arrange cards on the game sheet so that no two consecutive numbers are connected. Requires a set of cards. Directions and game sheet included. This math game provided by IPlayMathGames.com.
Number of Downloads: 7065  | Created on: 08/26/2009 hot icon
This one player math game requires a set of cards and good reasoning skills. Directions and game card included. This math game provided by IPlayMathGames.com.
Number of Downloads: 4975  | Created on: 08/26/2009 hot icon
Unscramble the letters to find algebra terms. This math game provided by IPlayMathGames.com.
Number of Downloads: 17531  | Created on: 08/26/2009 hot icon
Math-themed tic tac toe game asks kids to recognize numbers. Directions and game card included. This math game provided by IPlayMathGames.com.
Number of Downloads: 23551  | Created on: 08/26/2009 hot icon

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