Four! is a perfect, math game for 2nd or 3rd grade. It combines addition, subtraction, odd and even, place value, and money math sense, as students use their mathematical understanding to identify numbers defined.
Included in this file are:
-2 Four! directions cards (pg. 2)
-Four! game board/hundreds chart (pg. 3)
-2 sets of 60 game cards (one set without answers (pg. 4-8) and one set with answers (pg. 9-13))
Simply print the pages on cardstock, cut, and laminate. Shuffle the game cards as well. Students will also need 2 whiteboard markers in different colors.
To play: Place the cards in a pile face-down. The first player draws a card and colors the number defined. If the card defines multiple numbers (such as "an even number"), the player may choose 1 number to color. If the number is already colored, it cannot be used. Place the card at the bottom of the pile. The first player to color 4 numbers in a row horizontally, vertically, or diagnoally should state "Four!" and wins!
The number definitions involve higher level thinking. To make the center self-correcting, use the game cards with the answers provided (pg. 9-13).
--Created by Clarissa Linde