Learning Wrap-ups are even better than before. They now feature a new "Key" shape and stay together with a rivet at the top. There is a single string that's already attached, making them easier to use and organize. They still offer a fun and unique way to help students memorize their math facts. Students wrap the string from the problem on the left to the answer on the right, and then turn the Wrap-us over to see if they got it right.
The Antonyms set of Wrap-ups has 10 keys with 12 matches on each key for 120 total matches. Examples from the first key include: good - bad, above - below, same - different, go - come, etc.
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