# TableTop Math - How to Play Explainer Video

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1. Bring the TableTop Game revolution to your classroom! Board games are experiencing a renaissance and tapping into their innate engagement is a no brainer. This is the natural evolution of task cards. TableTop Math games cover a single unit of math study. The questions range from simple skill practic
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Bring the TableTop Game revolution to your classroom! Board games are experiencing a renaissance and tapping to their innate engagement is a no brainer. This is the natural evolution of task cards.

TableTop Math games cover a single unit of math study. The question range from simple skill practice to application. Provided are four different game styles that can be played with the same set of math cards. Mix it up or let your students choose what to play. The choice is yours!

In Journey, students play a traditional board game for 2-4 players. Students will move around the board trying to accumulate points. Each student will attempt the same question each turn. (you will need dice). Direct Link to Journey Directions

In Conquer, students play a strategy board game for 2 players. Students will perform attacks on their opponent's with the goal of reaching their home base. Each student will attempt the same question each turn. (you will need either unit cubes or to laminate the game board and use dry erase pens). Direct Link to Conquer Directions

In Draft, students play a pick and pass card game for 3-4 players. Students will select a problem from a hand in an attempt to score the most points. Watch out for those action cards! Each student will attempt the different questions each turn. Direct Link to Draft

In Mystery, students play a secret mission card game for 3-4 players. Students will select a problem from a hand in an attempt to score and accomplish a secret task. Can they complete them? Each student will attempt the different questions each turn. Direct Link to Mystery

This video provides an explanation of the game rules for the four different games. I have recorded it so that it is student facing, but you can benefit from learning the rules yourself. (Written directions are also included).

If you would like to view through YouTube Direct Link , I have provided hyperlinks to the specific games in the event you want to introduce them to one game at a time.

Each game includes 32 math cards, two gameboards, handouts for each game, one answer key card and special action cards to make play even more fun.

You can use the cards one unit at a time or shuffle multiple units together for one epic review!

Want to play some TableTop?
Order of Operations
Variables & Expressions
Fractions
Decimals
Proportions & Percents
Exponents & Roots
Scientific Notation
Area & Perimeter
Equations
Function Operations
Linear Functions
Direct & Inverse Variation
Systems of Equations
Monomials & Polynomials
Factoring
Exponentials & Logarithms
Trigonometry
Matrix Algebra
Rational Functions
Vectors
Derivatives

Need an Entire Curriculum?
21st Century Pre-Algebra –- the Entire Curriculum
21st Century Algebra –- the Entire Curriculum
21st Century Geometry –- the Entire Curriculum
21st Century Algebra 2 / Pre-Calculus –- the Entire Curriculum

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