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Kids will love practicing their Multiplication math facts with this one of a kind Harry Potter inspired Wizard Math Multiplication Board Game! To see how we set it up to play, go here: https://www.nourishingmyscholar.com/blog/2017/2/27/harry-potter-printable-multiplication-board-game
Object of the game:
Collect one of each type of Wizard inspired themed cards. There are 12 different themed cards. Each type has different multiplication math facts ranging from 1's to 12's. Each player starts on a corner of either Library Books or Platform 9 3/4. The spinner allows players to move 1, 2, 3, or 4 spaces each turn in whatever direction they choose. Move around the board collecting Wizard themed cards as you answer the multiplication facts on the reverse side of the cards. If answered correctly you get to keep the card. Use the corner spaces of Platform 9 3/4's and the Library books for Lose A Turn Spaces OR Pick Any Card Spaces! Once a player has all 12 different cards they may proceed up one of the paths towards the middle of the board. The first player to reach Harry Potter wins.
Adapt this game in any way you want to meet the needs of your child's skill level.
This game comes in a zip file with two separate files inside that you'll need to extract. Once you download your Wizard Math Board Game you'll want to print the board, spinner, and 4 player pieces on card-stock. Cut out the board and line up the two pages. Tape them together to create your Wizard Math game board.
Cut out your spinner and arrow as well. We found that a paper clip worked better than the arrow at spinning, but the arrow is prettier. You get to choose...beauty or functionality!
Your player pieces are the Wizard inspired Houses. Cut them out and tape so that they stand up.
Next you'll want to download and print the file for your Wizard Multiplication cards. Print these double sided on card stock as well and then cut them out. I adore the wizard House themes I found!