Busy Bee doubles

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Busy Bee doubles

Resource Type
Activities & Games
Learning Area
Number Work

Description

Practise doubles with this busy bee game. There are two versions available: 1-6 and 1-10You can use dice or the number cards to play. Students play in pairs and choose a coloured pencil or a colour counter to use. Roll the dice/pick a card and double it. Then they have to find and colour/place a counter on that number. The aim is to connect 5 (or whatever magic number you choose) hexagons in a row. Laminate to use with counters or print on paper to use with pencils.

Learning Area
Number Work
Recommended Year Level
Foundation to Year 3
Australian Curriculum Code
ACMNA030
Resource type
Activities & Games
Number of pages
7
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