You might of noticed from previous activities I have shared, that I love color-coding or number coding my activities. This way students can work side-by-side and if they accidently mix-up the cards or if they just happen to find a missing piece on the floor, they know where it goes and what set it belongs. Also, each set is different. If they finish one, they can do another.
|There are 4 sets of colored, addition fish and 4 sets of colored, subtraction fish.|
|1 Example of a Recording Sheet. There are multiple recording sheet options depending on the kind of game you play.|
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(*Side note, something weird happened to my cover page when it was uploaded, however, you don't need to print this page or need it to play the game. I was just trying to be fancy;)