There are 2 "different" games----each with 2 versions using the 120 chart. Both use dice to "move" through the chart. The first one will use 1 die and the kids will add 10 to the number. A second version of this has "roadblocks" along the way for kids to go back or forward more.
The second game uses 2 dice and students will add the numbers together. A second version to this has the same "roadblocks" as above.
They go perfectly with my Catching Common Core Bugs Math games!
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Is there any way you could change the 120 chart into a 0-119 chart? GA's standards cite some very insightful references from research involving the importance of students seeing the numbers ending in 9 at the right side of the chart.
They encourage the use of the 99 chart in particular to improve student understanding of the number at the end (on the right) being the "end" of a place value. Additionally, the numbers on the left side being the "beginning" of a new place.
It makes sense, but not many products follow this way of thinking. I am just wondering if it would be a huge inconvenience for it to be done.
I'll see what I can do. I'm not sure when I can get to it with vacations and not much time for myself :) I'm thinking that if I can get to it, I'll add it to the original file.... so, maybe the best way to find out when I do-I can post about it on my blog??? You don't get notifications on freebies on here. www.rulintheroost.blogspot.com