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Learning Center<br />By: Elise Andrews<br />Popsicle Stick Math Game<br />
Materials<br />Plastic cup<br />50 popsicle sticks:<br />5-0<br />5-1<br />5-2<br />5-3<br />5-4<br />5-5<br />5-6<br />5-...
Game 1<br />Each player chooses a stick from the cup. The student with the largest number wins and keeps both sticks.<br /...
Game 2<br />Each player chooses 2 sticks<br />The students then without looking decide on an operation such as multiplying...
Game 3<br />Ask each student to draw a specific amount of sticks and then asking them to use place value to form the large...
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  1. 1. Learning Center<br />By: Elise Andrews<br />Popsicle Stick Math Game<br />
  2. 2. Materials<br />Plastic cup<br />50 popsicle sticks:<br />5-0<br />5-1<br />5-2<br />5-3<br />5-4<br />5-5<br />5-6<br />5-7<br />5-8<br />5-9<br />
  3. 3. Game 1<br />Each player chooses a stick from the cup. The student with the largest number wins and keeps both sticks.<br />Play until one student has all of the sticks.<br />
  4. 4. Game 2<br />Each player chooses 2 sticks<br />The students then without looking decide on an operation such as multiplying, adding, subtracting, or dividing.<br />They would then perform the operation and the student with the highest total wins that hand and collects the sticks.<br />Play until one student has all of the sticks.<br />
  5. 5. Game 3<br />Ask each student to draw a specific amount of sticks and then asking them to use place value to form the largest or smallest number with the sticks they drew.<br />Take turns creating both smallest and largest numbers.<br />

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