Odd and Even Games | October Math Games | Halloween Math

Odd and Even Games | October Math Games | Halloween Math
Odd and Even Games | October Math Games | Halloween Math
Odd and Even Games | October Math Games | Halloween Math
Odd and Even Games | October Math Games | Halloween Math
Odd and Even Games | October Math Games | Halloween Math
Odd and Even Games | October Math Games | Halloween Math
Odd and Even Games | October Math Games | Halloween Math
Odd and Even Games | October Math Games | Halloween Math
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Common Core Standards
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Get your spook on with your students - EVEN DURING MATH! This is a low prep high yield game!Be sure to download the preview to view each game card.

Print the game cards out front to back using the long edge binding settings on your printer.

The game plays similar to Chutes and Ladders. Students select a game card, answer it, and move the number of spaces as indicated on the card. If it is incorrect, then the partner helps the student analyze and reason.

Game cards include the question on the front and the answer on the back. Questions include things like:

"Jack has two rows of nickels with 3 nickels in each row. Which equation shows how many nickels Jack has in all?" (multiple choice)

"Does this show two equal parts?" (Yes or No)

"Is there an even or odd number of pumpkins?"

"Is the sum to this equation an even number?"

Your kids will really enjoy learning about even and odd numbers while getting into the Halloween spirit!

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