Terribly Fun for One! (or more) One learner can play on their own to try to "Trick the Troll". If more want to play, it's even more fun! As each problem is solved, one of the steps is colored. Is it yours or the troll's? This game of chance will keep your learners interested in practicing math facts over and over.
Play as directed below for one or two players, or project game on smartboard for whole group fun! Kids solve the problems on their whiteboards so everyone is engaged.
Great for learning support, AIS, special ed or classroom use.
How to Play: Beat the grumpy troll to the end of the path by finding all of your answers first.
1. Pick a card and solve the problem.
2. Color only one step that matches the answer. It may be one of your steps or one of the troll’s steps. You will want to color your own steps first to try to beat the troll.
3. If you pick a “Trick the Troll” card, you can color any one of your answers to help you get to the end of the path before the troll does.
4. If all of your steps are colored first, you have tricked the troll and won the game. If all of the troll’s steps are colored first, the troll wins.
Trick the Troll Games are available for addition and subtraction within 5, within 10 and within 20 from teacherspayteachers/store/barbiew66