Let’s Race! In Race to 1000, students are given the opportunity to write their numbers to 1000 in an exciting way! In this game, there are 10 levels. Level 1 starts off with writing numbers 1-100. Level 2 students write numbers 101-200. The game continues with each level going up by 100 until 1000 is reached. When a level is passed, the student can write his/her name with an EXPO/Vis-à-Vis marker or move their own car to the Black & White Checkered page that was passed (teacher can choose which option he/she would like to implement). I have included both color cars and black and white cars in this packet. When a student finish all levels, he/she will receive a certificate (included in this packet).
Included in this packet are the following:
How to set up and organize the game
Directions on how to play
Race to 1000 student recording sheet
Black and white certificate for passing all 10 levels
Color certificate for passing all 10 levels
10 levels of the game Race to 1000
10 Black and white checkered pages for students to record what level they are on
21 color cars with boys driving the car
21 color cars with girls driving the car
21 color cars with nobody driving the car
21 black and white cars with boys driving the car
21 black and white cars with girls driving the car
21 black and white cars with nobody driving the car
Hanging file folders (optional)
File Crate (optional)
EXPO marker (optional)
Vis-à-vis marker (optional)
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