Five Squares Game
Colored pencils or crayons work best for this game.
Player 1 takes game sheet with numbers 1-40 plus the answer key for numbers 41-80. Player 2 takes game sheet with numbers 41-80 plus the answer key for numbers 1-40. This is so each player can check the other player's answers.
DIRECTIONS: Choose a game board. Larger boards make it easier to get 5 squares in a row. Players take turns drawing a card, reading the question/problem on the card and giving the answer. If the answer is correct, that player gets to color in one square on the board. If the player gets the answer wrong, nothing is done on the board and the next player takes a turn. The first player to get 5 squares in a row wins the game. There are a few “free” spaces on the board(s).
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