Skip Counting Game

Skip Counting Game
Skip Counting Game
Skip Counting Game
Skip Counting Game
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PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS GAMEBOARD IS MEANT TO BE PRINTED ON LEDGER SIZE PAPER....SELECT THIS ON YOUR PRINTER SETTINGS. IT CAN STILL BE PRINTED ON LETTER SIZE, OF COURSE, IT WILL JUST BE A MUCH SMALLER GAMEBOARD, BUT STILL WORKS JUST AS WELL!

Steps and Leaps has a Jack in the Beanstalk theme to go with Bridges Grade 2, Unit 2 Lessons. Find another unit 2 game here. As well as the card games here.

Steps & Leaps

How to Play:

  1. Each player needs a gameboard and a dry erase marker.
  2. Have the first player spin the 1-6 spinner twice (or roll 2 dice).  Move forward that many spaces and record the number of the square on the space you land.
  3. Then, spin the “Leaps of Ten” Spinner.  Leap forward by that many 10’s. Record the numbers of the squares where you land each time you take a leap of 10.
    1. For example, “I was on 31.  I rolled/spun 3+5 which equals 8, so I took 8 steps and landed on 39.  I wrote the number 39 in that square. Then I spun 2 tens so I took two jumps by 10s and landed on 49 and 59.  I wrote those numbers, too.”

  1. After the steps and leaps are recorded, the other player spins (or rolls if you have dice) and records their steps and leaps on the same game board.  
  2. The first player to reach or cross over 100 is the winner.

Star Power

How to Play:

  1. Each player needs a gameboard and a dry erase marker.  
  2. Have the first player spin the 1-6 spinner twice (or roll 2 dice) and spin the “Leaps of Ten” spinner. The player can take their steps and leaps in any order to get as many star points as possible.
  3. The player writes the numbers on all the spaces he/she lands on along the way and circles any stars he/she lands on.
  4. Players take turns rolling, spinning, and writing on their own game boards until one players lands on or crosses 100.  That player is the winner.
  5. Players add their star points to get a total for their team.  Then they write their names and their total points on the Star Power Team Score Sheet posted near the workplaces.
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