This is a game I made for my Math Centers. My students absolutely LOVE this activity! I plan on making more with larger numbers, AND some subtraction ones, so as soon as I finish them I will upload them! :)
In a nutshell - the game is played between two to four students (It can also work as an independent activity or team play.) The students take turns solving addition problems, with one student solving and the other checking from the answer sheet. If the student solves it correctly, he/she gets to spin and find out what part of the Frankenstein they get to draw on their player board. The spin board has a cute little Frankenstein split apart completely, so the students get to slowly piece together their drawing to reveal their very own Frankenstein! The student who finishes drawing their Frankenstein first is the winner! OH - and if/when the spinner lands on a piece that they have already drawn, they do not get to keep spinning until they get something they don't have! They just have to lose that turn and let the other player go. :)
What's Included: (All items are in color and I've included all items in B&W as well)
- 32 4-Digit Addition Cards (4-digit+4-digit and a few 4-digit+3-digit)
- 1 Spinner Board
- 4 Player Boards
- Answer Key
I hope your students enjoy it as much as mine did!
Please let me know how it turns out for you! I'd love to know.