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MATH
Fishing for Facts

Submitted by: Ashlei Erker
From: Wichita, KS
Date Submitted: November 9, 2002

You can study any skill for this game. Just cut out paper fish and put a number on its body. Then attack a big paper clip to its mouth area.

Two children will play this game. The first will show the other person a flash card. The other goes fishing for the answer.

I made the fishing pole by using a dowel rode, drilling a hole in the top, stringing fishing line through it and attaching a magnet to the end. When the child catches the right fish the other child will have their turn. You can adapt this any way you want. The kids love this game!

     
 

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