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Monthly Archives: May 2020
Players 2 Materials: 1 die, scratch paper How to Play: Draw a game board that has three place values and a trash can spot. _______ ________ ________. Trash Can _________ Decide if you … Continue reading
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Each player flips a domino and turns it so the larger number is on top, making an improper fraction. Then they write the mixed number and reduce it if needed. The player with the larger number keeps both dominoes.
One person picks two number and writes them down. Then they give clues one at a time. Clue 1: The sum is ____ Clue 2: The difference is _____ Clue 3: The product is _____ Clue 4: The quotient is … Continue reading
One person picks a number and asks the other to double it. Round 1: You can start off easy by asking double 3, 9, 12, 15, 35. Round 2: Then make it harder 18, 34, 56, 73. Round 3: Double … Continue reading
Tape a series of math facts (addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division) to the floor and see how fast you can correctly make it from start to finish saying the answers as you step on the facts. Try to keep beating … Continue reading
Here’s a game that’s been around for a very long time, and is great for basic addition skills. You need three dice for this one. A player rolls all three dice at once, then sets the highest die aside. Roll … Continue reading
Choose a player to go first. That player throws a die and scores as many points as the total shown on the die providing the die doesn’t roll a 1. The player may stop and take the points at any … Continue reading
To play you will need a sheet of paper, a pencil, and one dice. The object of the game is to score as close to 101 without going over or “out.” To play, players take turns rolling the dice. As … Continue reading