Addition and Subtraction Properties Third Grade Math Game

Addition and Subtraction Properties Third Grade Math Game
Addition and Subtraction Properties Third Grade Math Game
Addition and Subtraction Properties Third Grade Math Game
Addition and Subtraction Properties Third Grade Math Game
Addition and Subtraction Properties Third Grade Math Game
Addition and Subtraction Properties Third Grade Math Game
Addition and Subtraction Properties Third Grade Math Game
Addition and Subtraction Properties Third Grade Math Game
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Looking for a rigorous math game that is easy to play? Look no further! This math game is simple to play. You draw a card from the top pile, answer the question, and check your answer on the back. If you are correct, move the spaces as indicated on the card. If you're incorrect, then you and your partner will analyze the problem to determine what mistake was made.

Look at what other teachers are saying about these math games:

"I can't wait to make these for homework bags!"

"Another great resource! I love psyching the kids out and making them forget they are learning when playing a game. SSSHHHH!"

This math game helps students by allowing them to practice math skills by answering rigorous "test type" questions boosting confidence and community. When kids work together to solve problems, they are working on their communication skills and growth mindset all while having fun learning.

This pdf includes:
-Instructions
-Game Board
-36 Playing Cards

Here's how you prep:
Print out the game board. Then print out the game cards using front-to-back long edge binding. This will allow you to print the game cards with the answers on the back. Grab two game pieces. It could be anything like candy, cubes, tiles, action figures, etc. Cut out each game card.

Storage options:
Easily store game in a Ziploc bag. I prefer this when sending home with students. For my math centers, I store them in photo storage containers. This helps us to see which game we are playing and preserves the quality of our games.

You may also like these other math games:
Multiplication and Division Properties and Strategies Math Bag Game
Multiplication Factors 0, 1, 2, 5, 9 and 10
Using Multiplication to Divide
Multiplication Factors 3, 4, 6, 7, and 8


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