This is a great game to introduce your students to. I use it with my third graders once I have taught them multiplication and division. However, it can certainly be used with addition and subtraction as well.
The students are given a set of 16 numbers and asked to create as many equations as they can with those numbers. The students LOVE playing this and seeing how many equations they can think of. There are 2 separate game boards so you can easily differentiate within your class. One worksheet has space for the students to come up with 15 equations and the other sheet has space for 21 equations.
You can also play this game by giving the students a target number such as 12 and asking the students to see how many equations they can come up with that equal 12. This version may be slightly more challenging.
I have included blank boards so you can always adjust it to better meet the needs of your individual students.
I hope you enjoy!