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There's nothing better in math than an awesome game to practice your skills on! Sugar-Opolis not only has 42 practice problems, it is designed to be a game that students love. It can be used with any set of task cards you have (if you're wanting to use it with a skill other than fractions, decimals, percents or even a totally different subject area!)
What makes this game so fun is that it has students acquiring "Sour Apple Cards." The Sour Apple Cards gets students invested by having them perform tasks like speaking in a British accent, keeping their knees totally straight, keeping their wrist to their forehead at all times, etc. I created the game for my own class to bring fun and a bit of goofiness into math time. I like my students to associate fun with math!
This can be used as practice or review, and it can be used in a whole class setting, small groups, centers, homework, etc. Sometimes I like to send a copy to our resource teacher to play it with my struggling math kids to get a second chance at playing. They often feel a lot more safe answering with kids on their own level.
This game includes a game board, student instructions, 42 problem cards, an answer key, a student workspace, 12 Sweet Treat cards (counter-act Sour Apples), 14 Sour Apple cards, and a TON of laughs.
You will need to provide 1 dice for each group.
CCSS Aligned to 6.RP.2c, 6.RP.3c, 6.NS.6**
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**Any claims of use, support, correlation or alignment to the CCSS Standards are solely those of 6th Grade Marks the Spot and have not been evaluated nor endorsed by CCSS. 6th Grade Marks the Spot is the sole creator of this product and does not claim endorsement or association with the creators of the CCSS standards.
To view the standards, please visit The Common Core State Standards here.