Note from the author: Many learning games rely on other players to judge whether a player’s answer is correct. However, since the point of a learning game is to give students practice with whatever concept they are studying in class, what if the other players do not know the answer?
I have solved this problem by creating answer keys that have “covers” so players can check their answers without seeing the answers to the other problems. They are easy to assemble and I have included full instructions with pictures on how to put them together.
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(Use colored pencils or crayons to mark the spaces. Each player uses a different color)
Players take turns, choosing a question/problem card from the deck (laying it down on the table) and giving the answer. If the answer is correct, that player gets to color in one block on the board that contains that answer. The first player to get 7 blocks in a row wins the game. Also, in addition to trying to get 7 in a row, students may block other players from getting 7 in a row. If all cards have been played and no one gets 7 in a row, the game is considered a tie.
IMPORTANT NOTE: 2 copies of the deck of cards should be printed out and used for each game because there are 2 answers on the board for each card).
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