Math Games: Skill-Based Practice for Kindergarten
Interest Level PK-2
Reinforce key mathematical concepts in kindergarten with these fun and engaging skill-based games! Created to align to College and Career Readiness and other state standards, this resource is perfect for reinforcing students' mathematical skills. Perfect for centers, workstations, or family math night, these engaging games can be played in pairs or small groups, and game results can be used for formative assessment.
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April 15, 2016
The first thing I noticed about the number games was the clear formation of letters. I liked the normal 4 that is taught in primary grades instead of the pointy ...