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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
Play this math card game alone or as a team. Lay out 20 cards on the table (leave out face cards or change them to equal 0, while aces equal 1). Kids remove sets of cards that add up to … Continue reading
This looks like a fun card game from Shelley Gray called Target Number. Click on target number link for directions. Quick synopsis, you flip a card that is the target number and then deal out 3 cards to each person. … Continue reading
A variation of the game “Go Fish” is asking for the number that will make a combination of 10 instead of asking for a duplicate number. For example, if you hold a 7 in your hand, you need to ask … Continue reading
How to Play: Shuffle the deck and deal out the entire deck of cards face up in a 13×4 array. One player begins by looking for two cards and adding up their points to find the sum, and WITHOUT pointing … Continue reading
Materials: You will require 3 sets of small number cards with the digits from 0 – 9 and 20 cards with 2 digit or 3 digit numbers (Choose 2 digit numbers or 3 digit numbers according to the ability of the players.) … Continue reading
Use chalk to make a hopscotch board and write addition, subtraction, multiplication or division facts in each square to say as you hop down the board.
Each player turns one card face up. The player with the greatest number wins the skirmish, placing his own and all captured cards into his prisoner pile. Whenever there is a tie for greatest card, all the players battle: each … Continue reading
You’ll need graph paper and colored pencils for this dice game about figuring areas. Player one rolls 2 dice and draws a rectangle using the numbers rolled as the length and width on graph paper, coloring it in if desired. … Continue reading