Play similar to the Traditional game of GO FISH, while practicing your combinations of 20!
***Two Levels of Play***
Double Ten Frame Cards (visual) - 44 cards
Bare Number Cards (no visual) - 44 cards
Run the cards (Double Ten Frames or Numerals) on cardstock. Choose a color that you cannot see through.
This game is played similar to the traditional game of GO FISH.
One player passes out 7 cards to each player. The students look through their 7 cards to see if they have any combinations that make 20. If they have a match, they place those cards in front of them face up.
The players then decide who will go first and players will take turns around the table. On the first players turn, they will ask an opponent for a card they need. For example, “Owen, I have 16, do you have a 4 to equal 20?”…..or….“Owen, I have a 14, do you have a 6 to equal 20?” If the opponent does not have the card they are “fishing” for, they say “Go Fish!” and the player who made the request draws a card from the pond in the middle and places it in his/her hand. Play then continues around the table with each player getting one turn at a time.
As players collect matches, they continue placing them in front of them. At the end of your time frame, players can count their matches. The player with the most matches is the winner that day!