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Old 07-28-2011, 02:11 AM
 
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This is my first year to fourth but in first grade I had a math games bookshelf. When we learned a new game I would put it and the supplies needed in a ziplock bag (though I love the mamilla envelope idea) and then I had multiple sets of the game in ziplocks. I would put each set of games in a magazine/bankers box. I had about six of these boxes on the shelf plus a bin with a box of cards, dice, unifix cubes (for game pieces), ect. I would rotate the games out and take out what I felt they needed the least when we learned a new game. I also had one box that held some of the old gameboards (because I usually had lots more laminated cardstock copies from when we first learn it as a class). This system worked beautifully for first graders so I am hoping it will work in fourth.**I also wrote on the outside of the bag the name of the game and manipulatives needed so they rembered to put them all back
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