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Terrible T-Rex Has Lost His Taffy: A Division Matching Game

Terrible T-Rex Has Lost His Taffy: A Division Matching Game
Terrible T-Rex Has Lost His Taffy: A Division Matching Game
Terrible T-Rex Has Lost His Taffy: A Division Matching Game
Terrible T-Rex Has Lost His Taffy: A Division Matching Game
Terrible T-Rex Has Lost His Taffy: A Division Matching Game
Terrible T-Rex Has Lost His Taffy: A Division Matching Game
Terrible T-Rex Has Lost His Taffy: A Division Matching Game
Terrible T-Rex Has Lost His Taffy: A Division Matching Game
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This terrible T-Rex has lost his Taffy! Quick! Can you find the pieces of taffy that he has lost before he gets angry? All I know is that if an upset T-Rex asks me to find the 21 ÷ 3 pieces of taffy that he has lost, I'm going searching for 7 pieces of taffy!

This matching style game covers division facts for numbers 1 - 9 on colorful double sided cards (See preview file and Thumbnails for details). Players take turns revealing one division problem (a T-Rex card) to see how many pieces of taffy the T-Rex has lost. Then the player selects one "taffy" card to try to match the answer to the T-Rex's division problem. If the player gets a match, he or she gets to go again. After all matches have been found, the winner is the player who found the most taffy for the Terrible T-Rex.

Cards come in two decks:
*The green T-Rex "Problem Cards" deck contains 81 division problems (dividing by numbers 1 - 9).
*The purple taffy "Solution Cards" deck contains 81 answer cards that match the problems from the green T-Rex deck.

You are downloading a zip file that contains a .pdf of the game cards (both decks) and a .pdf of the game rules.

The game cards are centered both horizontally and vertically for easy double sided printing.

I have printed my set onto (8.5 X 11) sheets of card stock, but I have also printed them onto paper and laminated them. I generally print enough sets for my students to play in groups of 3 or 4.

Have Fun! Joseph Huston

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
Total Pages
37 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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