Two separate color games with directions included and no prep required! Subtraction Bump (two dice) and Addition Bump (3 dice). My students LOVE these games! I differentiate the games by having my low students use regular dot dice, my high students use number cubes, and my on level students use a mix of both dot dice and number cubes.
Directions: I have each student get ten cubes of the same color and partner up. (For example: partner A might have 10 red cubes and partner B might have 10 blue cubes) The students share two dice for Subtraction Bump or three dice for Addition Bump. Roll the dice and add or subtract those numbers (depending on which game board you are using). Cover your answer with your cube. You can bump your partner's cube and take their space! If you cover a space with two cubes stacked on top of each other, you lock that space and it cannot be bumped. The player to use all ten of their cubes first is the winner!