Help improve your students’ fact fluency by practicing combinations of 20 with this fun addition game. Just add it into your math rotations, math centers, Friday Fun Day, or have it available for your fast finishers. Addition Squares - Combinations of 20 is simple to learn yet fun to play again and again. It’s perfect for first grade through fourth grade. Your students will love it!
- Combinations of 20 poster (in color and Black & white)
- Direction sheet on how to play the game
- 5 game boards
- Teacher tips
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How to Play:
Step 1: Determine which player goes first. The player whose birthday is closest to January 1st goes first.
Step 2:Choose a color crayon. Each player needs a different color.
Step 3: Take turns drawing one line to connect the dots. You can draw only ONE line each turn.
Step 4: The player who completes the square gets to color the square center and claim that square.
Step 5:To earn a point you need to color in TWO squares that are next to each other AND add up to 20. Then you can circle the two squares with a black crayon.
Step 6: Record your points on the scoreboard. The player who has the most points when the board is filled is the winner.
Here are some great resources that will all support your math curriculum:
COMBINATION OF 5 SQUARES GAME
COMBINATION OF 10 SQUARES GAME
TWO-STEP WORD PROBLEMS
TWO-DIGIT ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION TASK CARDS
BASE TEN BLOCK TASK CARDS
ROUNDING TO THE NEAREST TEN
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