Spiral Card Game
Learning is always better when it is fun.
Otherwise known as "I have...Who has?"
Starting with the start card, students must match the repeated multiplication to its exponent. This game also gives the opportunity to practice the language (ie. eight to the fourth power, six squared). They must match their question card to another's answer card in order to link the cards like dominoes. The game cards can be laid in a line or in a spiral shape.
The start and stop cards in this game provide accountability to find the right answer. If students make a mistake, they will find that the stop card is not in the right place.
Use this game during math centers, activity time, Fun Friday, workshop, or rainy day recess. I use this while teaching my 4th/5th combo class. It keeps the other students learning and entertained while I am busy with the other grade level. Play this game again and again to help them review important skills and maintain that concept in their memory.
Total of 28 cards.