# Four in a Row Ten More to 30

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Four in a Row Ten More to 30
Directions for Playing the Game
1. Print off game boards onto cardstock and laminate for durability or place into sheet protectors for longer lasting.
2. A six sided dice is needed and also colored counter for each player up to 4. The dice can either be one with numbers 1-6 or dots 1-6.
3. First, players roll the dice to see who goes first. Once that is determined, the players take turns rolling the dice. The player then chooses the column that matches the number that they rolled. For example, the player rolls a 4. They then choose a number in the column under the 4 and add 10 to it. They say the number out loud. If the player is correct, they place a counter on the square. In this case, the player would say, there is a 14 in the 4 column. They add 10 to it and say 24. If player is incorrect, the next player takes a turn. The goal of the game is to get four squares in a row either up, down, or diagonally.
Four in a Row Ten More to 30
4. There are several different boards. Up to four players can play on one board. Each board is meant for up to four players. The numbers on each board are in a different order.
5. This game is good for math centers as it does not require much instruction from the teacher or adult in charge.
6. The first player to get four in a row is declared the winner.
7. This game encourages mental math. Students should be able to add 10 to the number rather quickly if they have the skill of adding ten.
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