This game was designed to be used in my first grade classroom during math center time. I use a daily 4 approach so my games are designed to be able to be played independently by the students with out much teacher direction. This game is aligned to the common core standards: 1.OA.1
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This is an addition game that can be used during math centers or stations. The object is to match your frog with an addition problem on it to the answer on the lily pad. Great way to practice adding through 20
*Place Frogs in a pile face down.
*Oldest player goes first
*Spin the spinner
*Take the number of frogs from the pile you land on: 1, 2, or 3.
*If you do not land on a number follow directions you landed on either lose a turn or put one frog back.
*Solve the math problem on the frog. Do you have the answer on your lily pad? If you do place the frog on the correct spot on the lily pad. If you don’t have the answer on your lily pad put the frog on the bottom of the pile.
First person to fill their lily pad is the winner!
Assembly is quick and easy. Photographs are included to help aid understanding of assembly.