This game is to be used for helping students practice 1 more and 1 less (1 before and 1 after) with a hundreds chart.
To play, each student will place his/her chip on "Start." They will take turns flipping a red/yellow counter. If the counter lands on red, the player will move 1 spot. If he/she lands on yellow, the player will move 2 spots. For whatever number the player lands on, he/she must say the number before and the number after, and the other player should check his/her answer. If a player lands on "Splat", he/she loses his/her her turn (I tell them that means they dropped their pumpkin). If they land on a "Hidden Passage" spot, they get to take the shortcut down the arrow. The first person to make it to the square marked "Finish" is the winner (we always go over good sportsmanship in our classroom).
Hope you can use this game in your classroom or with a small group of kiddos! It's a fun way to practice those math skills. :-)
**Created by Mrs. Kilby at Confessions of a Primary Teacher