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Old 10-17-2010, 06:05 PM
 
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My principal came up with this great idea for a math game resource room. Each grade at our school is responsible for creating file folder games for their subject matter. I have spent lots of time looking for internet resources to help me, but I can only seem to find file folder games for grades k-3. We need to make 25 of each games so kids can take them home to practice skills. Any ideas would be great. I am really frustrated with this project.


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Could you use some of the ideas you get from the k-3 games and adapt them to your grade level?
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Check out Evan Moor . They have tons of take it to your seat math center options. They even have it so that you can down load the book to your computer (I haven't tried this yet) I've have purchased the actually books though. I teach 4/5 grade. I love the centers. I usually copy them on colored paper so I can make more then one set of centers and not cut up the book.


http://www.evan-moor.com/Product.asp...=500&EmcID=775
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Old 10-18-2010, 02:28 AM
 
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Look up the game Contig. It is a great strategy game that is practices facts. Look through this website for some games:
http://mathlearnnc.sharpschool.com/c...pageId=4993281
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Thank You! I can use all the help I can get. I am asking my principal if there is any money for purchasing the Evan Moore ebooks.


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Old 10-18-2010, 01:23 PM
 
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I found a lot of my file folder games on math wire.com. They have a lot of math ideas that you can turn into file folders for free. My students love to play them too.
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I second Mathwire. I love love love that site. They have a couple terrific Halloween centers out right now that are wonderful! I'm using them this Friday at my math centers. They are well worth a look.
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