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Thank you everyone who voted in last weeks poll. As a result I've chosen to have my 120 chart puzzles with dark lines between the pieces instead of having the pieces separated I've now finished the 120 chart puzzles and they are up for sale. Yeah! There are 20 puzzles in all, 10 with just the numbers and 10 with pictures to put together. There is even a page where you can have students make their own puzzle. You can get all of them for only $1.50.
If you like these you might also want to check out all of my other first grade math games.
I'm creating a collection of 120 chart puzzles, but I'm stuck on which design to use. I've created one where the pieces are separated and one with thick dark strokes between the pieces. You can download both by clicking on the file below. Once you've tried them would you mind sharing your opinion about which style you'd prefer the rest of the puzzles to be made from?
The hundred chart is a great way for first graders to build up their number sense. I created 100 chart madness as a fun way for students to practice finding numbers on the hundred chart.
Shuffle the cards. Players take turns drawing a card and placing it on the game board. When a card is drawn that cannot be placed, (because it would overlap with another card) then the other player gets to collect the cards on the board. The person who collects the most cards at the end of the game wins.
For more great games visit my First grade math games page. I've built the page to collect all of the recent first grade math games that I've made and put them all in one location.
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