I glued the answer key and the larger label on the back cover so students can check their own answers.
I added velcro to the inside under the TRUE and FALSE labels. (I grabbed velcro from the Dollar Store and cut each piece in half to make it go further)
By the way, the game pieces were created inside a grid for easier cutting, but you could make it “cuter” by cutting right around the animals too if you wanted. A little bit of velcro is all that is needed on the back of each piece.
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Another product is a Popsicle puzzle set for students to put together. Again, they are differentiated to meet the needs of all of your kiddos! Students can use them in small groups or independently. Or, you can get them up and moving by giving each child a puzzle piece and have them search the room for their match!
There is a page for each of the following: basic addition (0-9), basic subtraction (0-9), higher addition (10-20), and higher subtraction (10-20).
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Linda Nelson @ Primary Inspiration says
Thanks for the opportunity to link, Krista!