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Looking for a fun way to keep students practicing their addition and subtraction facts through the winter months? Do you have students at a variety of levels in your class? Check out this great differentiated addition and subtraction game--ready to print and play with three levels!
You can copy the color pages to laminate as reusable cards or use the black and white version to reproduce--but the game comes in three "tiered" versions. Here's what they reinforce:
Snowball 100 requires students to roll 2 dice and add the totals until they reach 100. The “twist”? If they roll doubles, they need to SUBTRACT that amount.
Snowball 200 requires students to roll 3 dice and add the totals until they reach 200. The “twist”? If they roll “3 in a row”, they have to subtract the total
(ex. 3,4,5 or 1,2,3)
Snowball 300 requires students to roll 3 dice, add two, and multiply by the third until they reach 300. The “twist”? If they roll “3 in a row”, they have to subtract the total
(ex. 3,4,5 or 1,2,3)
So whether you need something for fast finishers, a math station, for remediation, or enrichment--there is something for everyone. Have fun!
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