Remainder "Set"- Race to see who can find 3 cards representing the same remainder, or all different remainders! With a twist - can you make sure all the colors of the cards are all the same or all different?
Here is another great, fun, engaging game for students to practice not just skills involving division strategies and remainders, but ALSO, their problem solving, and cognitive and logical reasoning skills!
My kids love this game so much, that they ask for a set for home as well to play outside of school!! That is the best type of activity, because they are having fun, want to play, while learning at the same time!!!
Players compete to find the most “sets. A set consists of 3 cards where the remainder of each card are all the same, or all different.
However, there is an added rule. In order for it to be a set - the 3 cards need to all be the SAME color (for example: all blue), or they need to all be DIFFERENT colors (for example: green, red, and yellow).
This game can easily be differentiated for different levels of students or different grades. The differentiation levels and grades are explained in the directions.
Here are some of the standard this game hits on:
What is included:
1.) Remainder Set Directions:
*Object of the Game
*How to Play
*How to Differentiate
2.) Remainder Set Cards
*96 total cards
*24 cards of each color (4 colors)
*16 cards of each remainder (0 through 5)
My students absolutely LOVE this game - it is a must have for any classroom or household to practice math facts!!