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Pokemon Memory Math Game! Subtraction Level 2!
In this one time class students will take turns playing a Pokemon memory game while also having to answer/practice subtraction problems from 0 to 20.
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Kindergarten-2nd US Grade Level
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30 minute class
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In this one-time class students will take turns playing a Pokemon memory math game while also learning/practicing/reviewing simple subtraction problems from 0 to 20. While individually taking turns to identify pairs and solve each equation, students will also work together to solve the math problems that accompany each image. Each student will have multiple turns during the game and multiple games may be played as time permits. This class is great for students who love Pokemon and are on...
Students will learn/practice/review math problems from 0 to 20 while also flexing their memory muscles. They will learn how to encourage each other and how to participate in team based problem solving. They will also be able to share to the group about their favorite characters and/or games enhancing their group speaking skills.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Those who laugh most, learn best!
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465 total reviews
788 completed classes
Hi! I love to teach classes that are fun and promote discussion and creativity. In all of my classes I mix critical thinking with out of the box thinking so that the kids learn something brand new! I find the best way to do this is by using books,...