Directions for Playing the Game
1. Print off cards onto card stock, laminate or place into sheet protectors for durability.
2. Each player needs colored counters to use for markers on the game board. Note: You may also use dry erase markers in different colors for use in marking squares.
3. Game is intended for two to three players for one game board.
4. Place game board on table or playing surface in front of players.
5. Players roll the six sided dice to see who goes first.
6. Player one rolls the dice and then choses an addition sentence within that column. The player states the sentence out loud and then gives the answer.
7. If player is correct, they place a counter on the square or mark the square with the dry erase marker.
8. If player is incorrect, then the next player takes their turn.
9. Play continues until one player gets four squares in a row either down, across or diagonally.
10. The first player to get four squares in a row is the winner.
11. This game is good for math centers as it does not require much direction from the teacher.
12. This game is also good to have a higher achieving student work with a lower achieving student. This way the higher achieving student can help the lower achieving student.