Students can practice counting/recognizing numbers (20-40) represented by ten frames and fingers.
My students enjoy playing this game!
Print cards on card stock, and cut out the cards. Print a game board for each player. (2-4 players) Laminating is optional.
Object of game: Cover your game board with cards that match the pictures.
How to play: Each player gets a game board. Put the cards in the middle of the group. Players take turns drawing a card and naming the number that is represented on the card. After naming the number correctly, the player puts the card on the game board in the space that matches the picture on the card. Play continues until one player has matching cards on all the spaces.
Twists of the game:
* If a player draws a card with a picture that is already covered on his game board, then the player continues to stack cards on the same space with matching cards.
* If a player draws an “Oh, no!” card, then the player loses all the cards on his game board and puts all of them in a DISCARD PILE.
*If a player draws a “FREE SPACE” card (this card has all five pictures represented on the card), then he decides where to place the card. Once the card is placed it remains in the space until the game is over. OR an “Oh,no!” card is drawn.
Other uses for cards: flashcards, sequencing cards, matching cards with same number represented by tally marks and dice
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