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I have been teaching for more than 30 years as a primary teacher, principal, guidance officer and learning support teacher. I am now semi-retired and teach intervention part time. My shop contains many of my intervention resources and many can be used for differentiation, in learning centres and with small groups. Mostly, they are screeners to identify skill deficits and games to target those deficits and consolidate learning in a motivating way.

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This sample gives you an idea of the complete product which includes:
- 6 Boards
- 63 Number Cards (1-100)
- Directions
- Poster (A4 size) showing odd/even, prime/composite, square and triangular numbers

I developed this game to help my students learn to classify numbers as PRIME or COMPOSITE, SQUARE and TRIANGULAR, FACTORS and MULTIPLES as well as the signs for greater than and less than.

This game is a fun way to become familiar with number terms that can be quite abstract. After I have taught the concept I introduce the poster and show how it classifies the numbers according to their properties. The kids refer to this poster as they play the game and I see them become more fluent the more they play. I even send it home for Family Fun Time between intervention sessions.

You can ensure regular exposure in a classroom by putting this game in a Maths Centre after your intervention group has learned to play. The Poster ensures all ability levels can play together.

I also have GET OUT, a similar game that introduces factors and multiples, consolidating odd and even from previous years. The signs < > are also included.
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