FOUR computation tic-tac-toe games for partners, including addition/subtraction with regrouping, 1 digit by 2-3 digit multiplication, and long division with and without remainders. Computation cards are presented in a variety of ways including vertical/horizontal alignment, within a story problem, and using key vocabulary such as addends, sum, difference, factors, product, dividend, divisor, and quotient.
This game can be played in a number of ways, but my favorite allows partners with similar ability and work pace to choose one card at a time from a face-down stack of nine. Once their answer matches one on the tic-tac-toe board, they may cover that space with a special place marker. The first to solve for 3 in a row wins the round!
There's a BOARD A and BOARD B for each of the 4 games. This is primarily for paper/printing conservation. If preferred however, the students can each have their own board and cycle through all 9 cards.
*For students working individually, the tic-tac-toe board itself serves as a self-check.