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If you LOVE my Topple Blocks™ games, but don't have your blocks yet, need your kids to finish up a game, or just want to change things up a little bit, you will love these game boards!
I have created four custom game options for your students to play with their game packets, ranging from a true print and go option to a more complex option with cards and money! Read on for more details...
The first game board is very basic and requires only place markers for each student. They roll a dice to see how many spaces they move and answer the questions on their paper as they land on each space.
The second game boardis also very basic and looks just like Option #1. It has a few fun components that I threw in to make it a little bit more exciting.
The third game board is much more involved . Students are trying to earn “money” to be the winner of the game. You will need to print out game cards for each group of students as well as one set of money for each group of students. The directions are on the game board.
I had these printable dice and spinners made so that you can use them however you want! You can simply have students roll the dice or spin the spinner to see which question they will answer next or you can have them play any game (connect 4, Candy Land, etc.) and spin or roll to find out what color they should answer on each move. The options are endless!
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