Players: 2-3 players.
Materials Needed: game boards, each player will get a Player 1, 2, or 3 card, a game piece for each player (different colors- example red and blue unifix cubes), large paper clip, number cube, workstation notebook or paper and vis-a-vi markers or dry erase markers
Directions: Player 1 will roll the number cube and move their game piece the place on the game board, then write down the standard form for the space landed on. If the player spins on a body part they need they will draw it on their Players Card and if they already have the body part then the next player takes their turn. If they answer the question incorrectly they lose their turn. Then Player 2/3 will spin. Continue until the first player builds the snowman like the example given.
Setting it up: The first page is the directions and title page. I glued it to the front of the file folder. The page that has 12 squares is the game board referred to, I glued that in the middle of the file folder on the left side. The page that has snowman body parts is glued to the right of the file folder. The pages that are labeled player 1,2,3 needs to be cut into 4 pieces and laminated. They can also just write it in their workstation spiral or on a loose leaf paper. I laminated the file folder so that I can use it year after year.
Directions: Player 1 will roll a number cube (die) and move on the board that many spaces. Example if I roll a 3 I would move my game piece 3 spaces and land on a number, then they would determine the word form of the number landed on. If they landed on the space marked 28 they would write down twenty eight, if they get it correct they get to spin the spinner. (included are two spinners one on top and one on the bottom) They only choose one spinner and using a large paper clip and a pencil they spin on the spinner. (the paperclip is the spinner and the pencil holds it in place) They get to add the snowman's body part they landed on to their player 1 sheet. Example if I spin and land on head. I would draw a head. If I got the answer wrong, I would lose my turn. Then the next player would go. The next time it is my turn I would spin on either spinner to try to get the body part I need to complete my snowman. It's kind of like the game Cootie only using a spinner.
Games Included: Word Form to Standard Form, Base 10 Blocks to Standard Form, Rods and Units to Standard Form, Standard Form to Expanded Form, and Expanded Form to Standard Form
Check out the other great games: build a snowman, build a bunny, and create a clown games, make a monkey, and put together a pig. I have other math and ELA concepts. This game can be used all year and a game your students will love!