Quarks Math Games
We started out with 10 sticks each. We found out what “makes 10” by dividing the sticks into two piles and counting them. We then played a form of Bingo-with pennies shaken up in egg cartons with numbered spaces. After that we dove into tanagrams. To wrap up, we each used tape measures to measure arms, feet and height. Students scoured the room looking for things that were the same length.
Each child was sent home with a set of magnetic tanagrams and hopefully a few pattern cards. If not, here is a template to make your own tanagrams.http://aggsgandt.files.wordpress.com/2012/07/tangram-diagram4.jpg
And here are some patterns to try.http://www.abcteach.com/directory/fun-activities-tangrams-3920-2-1

Tangrams and Bingo