1. One student takes the red cards, and one takes the blue cards. Students should lay the cards face up in front of them.
2.Students will take turns rolling the dice. For each roll they will add the sum of the two dice and remove enough cards from their pile to add up to that sum.
Sample: If they roll a 5 and a 3, they can make 8 in many ways. They can use one card with 8 dots, or one card with 5 dots and one with 3, or even one card with 4 dots and one card with 1 dot.
3.If they can’t make the sum with their cards, they roll again. If they can’t make a sum after three rolls, they lose the game.
4.Students win if their partner can’t make a number in three rolls or if they use up all their cards.
Great higher level thinking!!!
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