Math Golf Game - Addition and Subtraction - Up to 4 Digits

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Math Golf
Version 1
Player 1 takes the problem sheet for player 1 and the answer sheet for player 2. Player 2 takes the problem sheet for player 2 and the answer sheet for player 1. (Players check each other's answers). Players take turns drawing a card from one three stacks of game cards and answer the matching card number on their problem sheet .

They can draw a card from any of the following stacks:

1 point cards (yellow) - If a player chooses this card and gets the answer correct, he/she gets a "hole in one." These cards are not multiple choice and if the player's answer is NOT correct, they get 8 points. However, not all cards are point cards. Some are penalty cards. Penalty cards are worth 10 points. There is a high chance (50% on the first draw) of getting a penalty card from this stack (because in real golf, a hole in one is hard to get).

3 point cards (blue) – These are multiple choice with 4 answer choices and a lower percentage of penalty cards. With this choice, it is also easier to get a correct answer because of the multiple choice. There is a moderate chance (30% on the first draw) of getting a penalty card from this stack. Penalty cards in this stack are worth 8 points and a player who does not get the answer correct gets 5 points.

6 point cards (brown) - These are multiple choice with 3 answer choices, giving the player a 33% chance of getting the answer correct and there are NO penalty cards in this stack. However, a player who does not get the answer correct gets 7 points.

The player with the lowest score after 18 holes wins the game.

Version 2:

In this version, the game board is not needed. All cards should be shuffled together. Player 1 takes the problem sheet for player 1 and the answer sheet for player 2. Player 2 takes the problem sheet for player 2 and the answer sheet for player 1. (Players check each other's answers). Players take turns drawing a card from the stack of game cards and answer the matching card number on their problem sheet . If the answer is correct, the player gets the amount of points stated on the card.

(Remind students that in golf, the player with the least amount of points wins).

ATTENTION:

There is no reason to buy multiple copies of our games. Simply buy one game unit of a topic of your choice and then buy "Extra Problems for Our SPORTS Games" to get other math topics to use with the game(s).

Click the following link to find them:

Extra Problems for Our SPORTS Games

We will be continually adding topics to this, so check back if you do not see what you need.
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