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    Cite three content area activities for families to use with their children, grades K-3. Explain how you would use them to support instruction in the content areas.

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    To facilitate content area math skills, I like to recommend families to play the classic War game with cards or engage in a game called Number Battle. I used to play this game with my family as a child when we were camping in the summer or on long road trips. Kids in grades K - 3 can practice number recognition, order, and sequencing accordingly. Since a deck of cards is quite cheap, the ...

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    This post informally uses 300 words to brainstorm three possible content area activities for families to use with their children in grades K-3.