The pack include games to practice 4 skills:
Telling time (3 levels), comparison symbols (3 levels), basic addition and subtraction, and 2 digit subtraction with and without regrouping.
The math intervention games were developed to easily differentiate by level or skill. Once the game concept has been taught, students can practice many math skills at various levels while playing an engaging partner game. My kids love playing these games (even my own children when we test them at home).
How to Play: Choose a game board and skill. Students place cards in a pile problem side up, then take turns solving the problem by determining if the answer is a, b or c. Students can self-check on the back and then put their marker on the space listed. If their partner already has that space, they can bump them (or remove their marker).