Who Wants to Win Millions - Estimation, Shapes, Time, Fractions
What a great way to have learners review concepts relating to estimation, fractions, geometric shapes, and time! They play a game called Who Wants to Win Millions in order to practice these skills. The visuals are attractive and motivating.
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