(This can be played using colored pencils or crayons to mark the spaces. Each player needs to use a diﬀerent color)
Player one takes the cards labeled "SET ONE" and the answers for the cards labeled "SET TWO" and Player two takes the cards labeled "SET TWO" and the answers for the cards labeled "SET ONE". Each player checks the other player's answers.
Both players work on solving the problems on their card at the same time. (This way, there is less down time for each player). Players take turns checking each others answers. If the answer is correct, that player gets to color in one block on the board that contains the card number of that card. (There are two spaces on the board for each card number.)
The ﬁrst player to get 7 blocks in a row wins the game. Also, in addition to trying to get 7 in a row, students may try to block other players from getting 7 in a row. If all cards have been played and no one gets 7 in a row, the game is a tie.
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