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Food Fights, Puzzles, and Hideouts (Mixing…

Food Fights, Puzzles, and Hideouts (Mixing in Math)

by Marlene Kliman

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From the Mixing in Math project at TERC. Do you like playing games? building models? eating? talking with friends? running and jumping? exploring and discovering? If you answered yes to any of these, this fun Mixing in Math book is for you. It contains: (1) All kinds of games: coin, dice, and board; quiet and active; partner and whole group. Play to win or play so everyone wins! (2) Build, design, create, and grow with projects and crafts that use everyday materials like paper towel tubes and cardboard boxes. (3) Ideas to investigate and games to play when youre eating, cooking, or party planning. (4) Icebreakers, party games, challenges, and contests designed for a crowd. (5) Activities to do and games to play wherever you are: in the car, on the bus, in a waiting room, or at the dinner table. (6) Things to do on familiar holidays (like July 4), less common holidays (like Backward Day) and any day. Includes a bonus set of ideas for celebrating 100 days.

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