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In this game, learners build up six stacks of cards in the middle of the table, face up, in order from 1 at the bottom to 20 on the top. The first player to get rid of all his cards is the winner.
Millions of organisms can live in and around a body of water.
Learners use several types of insect sampling and collection equipment to make an insect collection. Learners can collect insects from their schoolyard or yard at home.
In this indoor or outdoor water activity, learners pour water from small cups to large cups and containers. In doing so, they discover water takes the shape of its container.
In this math activity, learners estimate how many pennies are in a jar by predicting and counting handfuls of pennies.
Learners use a variety of beans to represent a variety of species, and scatter these beans over a large piece of paper representing the environment.
In this Cyberchase activity, roll the die and count off spaces on the game board to earn money and collect CyberSquad autographs. To win the game, be the first to buy four different autographs.
Data in computers is stored and transmitted as a series of zeros and ones. Learners explore how to represent numbers using just these two symbols, through a binary system of cards.
In this fun activity for any size group, early elementary learners complete physical challenges while playing a game. Learners add new challenges to the "wheel of fitness" that they want to try.
This activity investigates how bark beetles can threaten forests by having learners estimate the number of infected trees from a photo.
In this math game, learners solve a mind-twisting puzzle using dominoes. Use this activity to help learners practice counting, adding, and solving problems.
Use this activity to build division and number sense into any snack time or whenever there is a limited set of things to share among a group: If we deal these out, could everyone get two pieces?
In this activity, learners compete to be the first to win twenty counting pieces. First, learners draw patterns on only one side of four craft sticks.
In this "Sid the Science Kid" activity from Episode 103: Enough With the Seashells!, learners practice estimating numbers of objects (like shells) and then check their estimates by counting.
In this activity, learners play a traditional Mexican game of chance with a twist. Learners take turns spinning a special "Toma Todo" top.
In this math activity, learners play a card game to practice adding coins quickly, just like a banker. First, learners create coin cards. Next, the cards are dealt to each player.
In this activity, learners will estimate how many seeds are in a fruit or vegetable, then count to find out. The result: mix estimation with healthy eating.
In this activity, learners practice counting objects found on patterned wrapping paper or fabric.
In this activity, learners sample a star field to estimate the number of stars in the universe.