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Food Group Sorting Game: ‘All About 10’

Food Group Sorting Game: ‘All About 10’

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A food group sorting game designed to help children develop an awareness of the different ways that the number 10 can be formulated. Players must collect 10 cards from the food group shown on their board by taking turns to spin the spinner. To complete their board they must spin a combination of numbers that totals exactly 10. So for example, if the spinner lands on 5 and then 4 the player would need it to eventually land on 1 in order to complete the board. If it landed on any other number they would have to try again on their next turn.

Suggested question to ask when playing the game: "You have x number of cards - how many more do you need to make 10?"

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  1. okenwa Chika

    awesome learning aid.

  2. Anonymous

    awesome learning aid.

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