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involves estimating the location of an enemy ship on a number line.
This fun and simple game mechanic can be used to address multiple core standards, including those
relating to integers, negative numbers, decimals,
fractions, percentages, operators, and measurement.
involves shooting asteroids by estimating their positions on a polar coordinate grid (e.g., 270 degrees) or their time locations on a watch face (e.g., 15 minutes).
is a number line game in which
children must use quick estimation techniques to drop blocks on top of each other to make them explode. Watch out for that pesky stork!
uses rapid feedback and scaffolding to help children confidently count and estimate small and large
numbers of jellybeans, building a relationship between numbers and quantities of discrete objects.
is a quick-counting game where children have to pay attention to a fast moving train and count the number of cars. It sounds easy, but the
challenge increases quickly! Different versions enable children to learn important skip-counting techniques.