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Batters Up! Baseball Addition and Subtraction Center
Downloadable
TeachNC
3$3.00
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A perfect center for your sports fanatics! They'll have a blast solving the problems, travelling around the bases, and scoring home runs!
Product Description

Do you have some sports fanatics in your room that are hard to motivate and keep engaged? This Batter's Up: Addition and Subtraction game will be just the thing for them! In this game, students solve addition and subtraction problems in order to travel around the bases and get home runs! You can mix and match the problem cards to best suit your needs. Great for independent work and stations! The self checking QR codes make it easy for you to check over their work and for students to play the game!

Included:
Baseball Game Board
Addition within 100 problem cards
Subtraction within 100 problem cards
Addition to 1,000 without regrouping problem cards
Subtraction to 1,000 without regrouping problem cards
Answer sheets for all sets of cards (24 in each set)
Scorecard
Game Directions

I hope your students enjoy this resource as much as I know mine will and thank you again, for your continued support! 

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Welcome to our store! We are Ashley and Justin, the teachers behind TeachNC.  We both hail from Upstate New York but currently live in and teach at a year round school in North Carolina.  Ashley has taught 2nd for the past 3 years and Justin has taught in 4th and 5th for the past 6.  We believe that our students learn best when they are invested in and excited about their learning and create resources that will not only keep our students engaged, but challenge them as well.  You can check out Ashleys blog @ primaryteacherhood.blogspot.com.  Thanks for stopping by!

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