MATH GAMES FOR DISTANCE LEARNING | Math Games with a Deck of Cards
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Your games are fabulous! Thank you. Also the casino suggestion is awesome.
You can add some challenge by allowing students to turn over an equation. 7 and 2 when you call 9!
Awesome. I am so happy I found your channel. These activities can also be adapted for older students. I am thinking about integers: let the red cards be negative and black cards, positive. Students can flip to 20. That will be good practice for adding and subtracting integers.