Halloween game to practice subtraction concepts. Use paperclip spinners to get two numbers. I purposely mixed smaller and larger values so that the children have to be sure to use the larger number first when thinking about the subtraction problem the two numbers would make. Then they locate that subtraction sentence that matches their numbers and cover it with a colored cube. Whoever has the most spaces covered when time is up is the winner!
The second version of the game is played the same, except the children solve the subtraction problem and cover the difference.
Also included in this pack are black and white versions of both games that can be used as game boards if you don't have access to a color printer, or as worksheets if you want to have your children practice independently.
As an added bonus, I've also added a notebook file of the color versions of the game to use on your SMARTBoard for a whole group game or as a center.
For additional subtraction practice, please see Operations and Algebraic Thinking