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Problem Solving Math File Folder Games to Go File Folder Game - Problem-solving math games come nearly ready to play. All you need to do is cut and laminate the game pieces. Game pieces are color-coded to match four-color, game file folders so keeping them organized is easy. Provided answer keys give students the opportunity to play and learn together. Skills covered include patterning, sorting and classifying, inequalities, operations, and computation. Set includes six games, a resealable tote, preprinted game boards, answer keys and grade-level-specific skills.View Product Specs
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