Learning Resources LER3058 Mathswatters, Addition & Subtraction Kids, Educational Games, Preschool Maths, Montessori, 99 Pieces, Age 5+, Multi
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Spread the fly cards out onto a table and say, “Swat the fly with the word _______________.” The first person to swat the correct fly gets the fly. The person with the most flies collected is the winner! All you need to do is add high-frequency words, letters of the alphabet, or even math facts to your fly cards. I laminate mine first. Then, I use a dry-erase marker to write on the fly cards. The freebie below is editable, so you can type in what you wish. There is NO way your child won't absolutely love this fly swatter game. More Hands-On Learning for you!
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The Fly Swatter Game is easy to make on your own using basic materials found around the house, such as index cards, a marker, and fly swatters for each player.
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My students enjoyed the game. I expected to have problems with my students trying to swat each other instead of the board, but they were rather well-behaved. And, I expected my high school students to take the swatting process rather seriously. But, it was like they were moving in slow-motion while selecting their answer. They would gently lay the fly swatter on the board. If they had been trying to actually kill a fly, the fly would have been long gone… Search YouTube for math facts and skip counting songs. Catchy songs can help kids with the memorization process. The great thing about this fly swatter game is that you can use this game with other topics. You could write letters on the fly cards, asking them to find the fly that makes the _______ sound.
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Möbi is a fast-paced tile number game. The game’s goal is to make math equations (using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division), connecting the tiles in crossword-style grids. The first player to connect all their tiles wins. Poof!