Transnational meetings are a brilliant context to share resources and propose ideas and dynamics that we can all use later in our schools. Today, I share one of the ideas Professor Else Ljungstrøm, from holla-10-arige-skole, Norway  shared with all of us during our THIRD TRANSNATIONAL MEETING.

It is very simple.  You just write in popsicle sticks the mathematical operations that must be practiced. Then, in turn, each student chooses a stick, and if he solves the operation, he wins the stick. 

However, you have to be careful, because some of the sticks are bombs instead of mathematical operations… If you get one of these sticks: KATABOOM! You have to start over.

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