Students will design a math game using a set of problems of the teacher's choice. Students will work the problems out and then use the problems and the answers within a game they have made. Game examples are as follows: board game, bowling, flash cards, tic tac toe, and memory...students can make any game they can think of as long as it includes the math problems the teacher has given them.
Customer Tips: The project is vague on purpose. I found that when students are given the opportunity to be creative they will do better than when we give them too many rules and guidelines to follow. My students not only enjoyed making this project, they also enjoyed playing each other’s games.How to get TPT credit to use on future purchases:
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