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# Race to 100 - 1st Grade Math Game [CCSS 1.NBT.C.4]

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### Description

Looking for a fun and educational game to help your 1st grader practice math skills? Look no further than RACE TO 100! This printable math game is perfect for 2 to 4 players and is designed to help students add and subtract within 100, reinforcing number sense and meeting Common Core standard 1.NBT.C.4.

To play, you'll need 1 die per player (either 6-sided or 10-sided), a piece of paper, and a number line to 120 (optional). The youngest player starts the game by rolling the die and recording the number on their paper. The other players take turns rolling the die and adding the numbers to their total. Players can use counters to help them keep track of their total if they are using a number line.

But beware - if a player rolls a 3, all the other players have to subtract it from their total! This adds a fun twist to the game and keeps players on their toes. The first player to reach 100 exactly wins the game. If a player doesn't roll the correct number to reach 100, they lose a turn and have to wait for their next chance to roll.

With RACE TO 100, your child will have a blast practicing their math skills and racing to the finish line! This is a great math game for elementary students and is sure to provide hours of entertainment while reinforcing important math concepts.

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You can purchase the entire BUNDLE of fun 1st & 2nd Grade Math Games HERE

The BUNDLE Includes:

- 42 Fun Printable 1st & 2nd Grade File Folder Math Games [Book 1]!

- 51 Fun Printable 1st & 2nd Grade File Folder Math Games - ADDITION & SUBTRACTION [Book 2]

- 40 Fun Printable 2nd Grade File Folder Math Games [Book 3]

Get the books individually here --> [Book 1 & Book 2] Book 3] OR you can also get just get Book 1 & 2 HERE.

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### Standards

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Add within 100, including adding a two-digit number and a one-digit number, and adding a two-digit number and a multiple of 10, using concrete models or drawings and strategies based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction; relate the strategy to a written method and explain the reasoning used. Understand that in adding two-digit numbers, one adds tens and tens, ones and ones; and sometimes it is necessary to compose a ten.