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I like this idea! Punch cards can be used to reward good behavior, completing homework, practicing math facts or sight words, etc...

like the punch card not the treasure box. perhaps once it's punched out they earn "constructive free time choice" Behavior punch card, for every good thing they do you punch a number out. When all twenty are punched out they go to the treasure box.

Witzzle game - the student needs to hit the target number using three numbers (one time each) in a row (horizontal, vertical, or diagonal) using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and/or division by following PEMDAS. So fun! I am so introducing this to my kids

Witzzle game - the student needs to hit the target number using three numbers (one time each) in a row (horizontal, vertical, or diagonal) using addition, subtraction,

Although these multiplication towers are gorgeous to look at, the process of building them was even more worthwhile.  You can read the original post to find out more about the process. The great...

Building a multiplication tower from: The Map is Not the Territory: Messin' Around with the Commutative Property

Students throw the ball to each other and add the 2 numbers closest to their thumbs.

Multilevel math facts practice with a modified soccer ball: youngers can identify or add the numbers under their thumbs as they catch the ball; olders can multiply them.

Students throw the ball to each other and add the 2 numbers closest to their thumbs.

Multilevel math facts practice with a modified soccer ball: youngers can identify or add the numbers under their thumbs as they catch the ball; olders can multiply them.