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Review: Wrap-Ups Addition & Subtraction

 When I first saw these little wrap-ups I really wanted to get them. I thought they looked like so much fun. Each one has a bunch of addition and subtraction “boards”. What you do is start with the numbers on the left and wrap the cord to the answer on the right. For example; 7 - 1 you would start the cord on the 7 notch and wrap the cord to the 5 notch on the right. If you complete all the problems correctly then when you flip over the board all the lines on the back will be covered by the cord. These are really easy to pack in your bag and take with for the kids to do in the altar or when your waiting at the doctor, etc. I really like that they are very sturdy and the cord isn’t flimsy. These would make a great addition to any classroom or for some extra help if your child needs it. I definitely plan on getting the multiplication and division wrap-ups when I start teaching those concepts. 


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