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Preschool

Free Computer Math Game: Add, subtract, multiply, and divide, Click Here to see the game in operation. To copy this game to you own computer and share it. Click on the "Click Here" in the previous sentence. Right click on the screen/Select All/copy then you can paste it into a folder on your computer. Access to the game is through windows Explorer. You may wish to create a short-cut to it from your desk top to make it easier for kids to access.

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The Alphabet or Number travel game: In the Alphabet version of this game you look for a word that starts with each letter of the alphabet. Look for each letter in order. Example: First look for a word that starts with the letter "A" as in "Apples for sale", then look for a "B" word and so on. Cindy and I played this game while driving down the rather rural U.S.13 in Delaware and found all of the letters (Except "X" and "Z") in order, in about an hour. You can play basically the same game except you look for numbers. Remember that a "12" is a "12", not a 1 and a 2.
I wish to thank Cindy Weaver from Maryland for telling us about this game.

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I'm going on a picnic travel game: The game starts when one player says "I'm going on a picnic and I'm going to take an (some word that starts with an A like Apple)". The second player says, "I'm going on a picnic, and I'm going to take (the same "A" word the first player used) and adds a "B" word. The next player (or first player again) says "I'm going on a picnic, and I'm going to take the same "A" word, the same "B" word, and adds a "C" word. Example: I'm going on a picnic, and I'm going to take an Apple, Betty (my friend), and a Car. The words can be anything, people, places, or things.
I wish to thank Cindy Weaver from Maryland for telling us about this game.

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Drops on a penny (counting game), The idea is to count the number of drops of water that you can put on a penny (any coin) before it spills over the edge of the coin. Lay the coin flat on a small plate on a table. You can use anything in place of the plate. The plate is just to catch any spilled water. You can use anything to get and place each drop (straw, spoon, stick, etc.). The simplest way is to dip your finger into a small cup of water. Then move your finger over to the penny to place the drop on it, and count each drop. This is a game where kids have a real advantage. Small fingers hold smaller drops hence it takes more drops to fill the penny. (The kids always win.)


First Grade to Teens

Free Computer Math Game: Add, subtract, multiply, and divide, Click Here to see the game in operation. To copy this game to you own computer and share it. Click on the "Click Here" in the previous sentence. Right click on the screen/Select All/copy then you can paste it into a folder on your computer. Access to the game is through windows Explorer. You may wish to create a short-cut to it from your desk top to make it easier for kids to access.


Teen to Adult

Here is a game you can play with 4 people on 2 sets of teams for ages from 6 and up.
Object of the Game: Make as many words using 9 consonants and 1 vowel. Each word must consist of 3 letters or more. No plural words allowed. The team who makes the most words wins the game. 3-letter words are worth 1 point. 4-letter words are worth 2 points. 5-letter words are worth 5 points.
The letters are typed or written on individual square sheets of paper. These are the letters: b, c, f, h, r, s, m, n, t, a.

Special Thanks to Stacey Kargbo for donating this great activity


Mixed ages in teams

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Ice breakers teens to adult

Have everyone write four things about themselves on a card. No names, or male or female. All of the cards are collected and mixed. Everyone picks a card at random from the pile. The people then mingle and talk about what was written on the cards until you find the person for your card. During the mingling you will learn a lot about many of the other people. After everyone has found the person on their card, each person must introduce the person that is on their card and tell a little about them.



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