# Dollar Deals: "Cover It": An Addition Fact Fluency Game

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Welcome to “Dollar Deals”! These resources are no frills, ready to use stations, centers, lessons, and activities. Each is only a dollar because there are no “frills” or extras. Hope you find them useful!

A pair of students plays with one game board. Laminate the board and use counters of some sort—or use a photocopy and mark directly on the page with markers or crayons. Players take turns rolling and adding two dice (or three in “version 2”) and finding the sum on the board to cover. The goal? To “cover up” the most spots! As the game goes on, they may lose a turn if the number they need is no longer available. The first game board uses two dice and sums up to 12 and the second board uses three dice and sums up to 18. For the second version, encourage students to combine “logical” combinations first…if they roll a 4, 3, and 6—students should understand that 4 and 6 make 10—and that may help them add efficiently.

Color and black and white versions included. Laminate and use the color ones or print the black and white ones on colored paper! I love to send black and white versions home for extra practice or as “replacement” homework for students needing fluency work.

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