This is a gameboard that students can use to practice addition and subtraction.
a plus/minus dice
a number or dot dice.
base-ten ones cubes for each player (these are their player pawns--but any manipulative can work.)
Students start at 0 and must roll "plus" and a number in order to begin (cannot roll a minus). Example: If they get (+) and (4) they'd say the number they're on (0) and then "plus 4" and they'd end up on the number 4 so they'd say " = 4". I have my students write the equation on a whiteboard also. If on their next turn they roll another (+) and a (2) they'd then say "4 (the number they're on) plus 2 equals 6." The game board would be able to help them because when they counted it out they would land on 6. If they get a (-) (3) next, they'd have to move backward and say "6 (the number they're on) minus 3 equals 3 (the number they land on)." The first player to reach the top is the winner.