Your students will LOVE this engaging, versatile game that comes with 2 different levels and in 3 languages! Multiple uses for these cards, such as Memory & Go Fish!
I've got you covered with everything you need:
8 sets of 4 cards having a sum or difference 20 or smaller (Yellow)
8 sets of 4 cards having a sum or difference of 84 or smaller (Green)
Answer keys (printing as multiples (4 to a page) is recommended
2 sets of 4 Wild Cards in ENGLISH, SPANISH & FRENCH
Spoon score cards (double-sided copying and lamination recommended) in ENGLISH, SPANISH RENCH
Score board for 2 players in ENGLISH, SPANISH & FRENCH
Time score board for 1-4 players in ENGLISH, SPANISH & FRENCH
Suggestions for other uses of playing cards
Pencil/dry or wet erase marker
white erase board
Ideal for 4-5 players, but can be played with more. The goal of Spoons is to complete a set of cards before one’s peers. A set is 4 cards with the same sum or difference! Once a player has all the cards belonging to that set, they SNEAKILY take a spoon and continue playing as if nothing has happened. Once the first spoon is taken, other perceptive players may take a spoon without having a complete set themselves. There are not enough spoons per player and so the goal is to not be the player left without a spoon.
Put out one MORE set than the number of players, perhaps adding 2-3 extra sets to make it more complicated. Put out one LESS spoon than the number of players. Separate out score cards and answer cards.