I have made some new math game boards… and with everything that’s going on, I wanted to brighten your day by offering these for free!
We used these types of versatile game boards a lot when my kids were little. The best thing about these games was that my kids would BEG to play “just one more round.” What a win, right?!!
This version has various playing cards (depending on your child’s needs). There are number recognition cards (for ages 3-6), number word cards, addition cards and subtraction cards.
Tomorrow (or so), I hope to add in cards for older students who are working on multiplication and/or division. Update: The Multiplication/Division version is here. It’s also free!
This 20+ page packet is free. Just click on the link or the picture below!
Have any questions or comments, feel free to email me! ~Liesl
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In the packet, I mentioned that you might want to let the kids use an abacus. We used the version that has 5 beads of one color and 5 in another. That way, kids can practice counting by 5s & 10s and start to get familiar (visually) with 6 being 5+1 and 7 being 5+2, etc. You can find an abacus like that here. (affiliate link)
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