Tag Archives: games

  1. Order of Operations Activity

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    August 10, 2012 by ray_emily

    Last week for #MyFavFriday, I wrote about a totally silly non-academic game. This week, I want to share a game …
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  2. Silent Ball

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    August 3, 2012 by ray_emily

    My favorite non-academic classroom game is (drum roll, please) … SILENT BALL. Yeah, you’ve heard about it before. Yeah, there …
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