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When we’re not using a set of Stacks, I keep them stacked in a large Sterilite container. I’ve seen some teachers store the cups in Pringles cans…BUT I’ve eaten maybe 10 Pringles in my entire life. So, this storage works for me!
- Addition and subtraction facts (doubles, doubles plus one, sums to 10)
- Sight words
- Times and clock faces
- Spanish/English translations
- States and capitals
- Parts of speech
- Greek and Latin Roots
- Practice moving from Fractions to decimals or decimals to percents
The possibilities for Stacks are endless and fun. Students love the game-feeling, and I love the urgency in which they practice/quiz each other. Have you used Stacks before? If so, what do you use them to review or practice?
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