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SCOOPY is a fun ice cream-themed game that teaches children math skills while bringing participants together to play as a team. Players help Mo, Jo, Bo, Zo, and Flo, the Math Squad puppies, have their ice cream party. Each time a player rolls the dice they count the total number of dots on both dice. Then, starting at 0 they count the same number of dots on the board’s number line. Watch out...sometimes an ice cream scoop melts and a scoop is lost. The game ends when all 10 ice cream cones are full.
Skills learned: addition, subtraction concept, number lines, counting to 12, number sequence, fine motor skills, working together.
Page A Day Math products are aligned with PreK - 4th-grade math curricula published by Cengage, Pearson, McGraw-Hill, and Saxon. Additionally, our products support concepts learned in the Standards for Mathematical Practice, which were created to ensure that all students graduate with the math skills needed to succeed in their careers and higher education.
In Page A Day Math’s Cooperative Games all players are encouraged to work together to reach a common goal. Along the way, players learn important life skills and become little mathematicians too!
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