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Teaching math with playing cards

First take out all cards that are not numbers, then palce one 8 in one pile and another 8 in another pile, keep going till all cards are divided into two decks. 
Tape the cards from one of the decks to a window or wall, then give ur kid/kids one card at a time with tape on the back fro mthe other deck and let them match to the same one on the wall or window.

You can also practice adding, subtracting, dividing, multiplication. By calling out the problem and letting ur kid/kids match the cards that way.


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