Dice Game

Addition Game to 10 or 20 – Tic-Toc-Ten

May 3, 2012
Addition Game for numbers 10 and 20

  Download the template here. Students need to roll the die and place the number rolled into the grid with the goal of adding the numbers vertically, horizontally or diagonally to equal 10 or 20. The game is for primary and elementary school students who need to be challenged and extended with adding numbers to [...]

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Shapes Shake-Up Game

April 23, 2012
ShapesShakeUp

This shape game focuses on two dimensional shapes or polygons. Children need to roll the die to collect sticks (sides) they use the sticks to create completed shapes out of. It’s for younger students in early years and grades 1-2. It can be played with toothpicks, match sticks or popsicle sticks, anything similar to these [...]

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Simple Addition Game – Crossroads

March 1, 2012
Simple Addition Game - Crossroads

This simple addition game uses playing cards and can be played by two to four players. It’s a learning game for Primary and Elementary school students in grades K-2 and teaches counting on and addition of numbers 10 and below. Learning Outcomes: Addition Counting on Doubling   Required Material: A deck of cards 4 counters [...]

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Addition and Subtraction Game – Lucky Number

February 24, 2012

A simple addition and subtraction game to teach early years students to think about what numbers they need to add or subtract to reach a specific number. This game is also good practice for counting on.   Learning outcomes: Learning how different numbers can be put together to equal other numbers Counting on strategies Basic [...]

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Addition Game – Hit the Jack

February 24, 2012

An addition game using two or three digit numbers, where students have to decide which numbers to add together to get as close to the the jack (target number) as possible.   Learning outcomes: Addition with two or three digit numbers Chance and data Probability   Required Material: Two 10 sided dice (0-9) for each [...]

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