Looking for a QUICK, EASY, AND FUN way to practice relationships in a function table or on a coordinate grid? Look no further! These cards can be used as a game, as task cards, or both!
Materials You -
*1 Game Board *Copy of Game Cards
* Two Sided Counters *Pencils to be your “Fly Swatters”
How To Play-
Stack the game cards in a nice pile face down. Get your “Fly Swatters” ready.
Flip over a card. Determine if the pattern shown is additive or multiplicative.
Look at your game board. Find the bug with that equation. For example, if you notice the pattern, or rule, is multiplying by 2, you would “whack” the bug with y = 2x.
If you are the first player to “whack” the bug, you put your counter on that bug. (Be sure to leave the equation visible though. It is possible that equation may be on another card and you will need to “whack” that bug again.)
A pattern can be repeated, whoever hits that bug claims that bug even if another player had it previously.
Put the game card in the discard pile.
Flip another card and determine the relationship.
How to Win:
You can win either by having the most bugs once all the insects have been “whacked”. Or, you can have the most bugs once your teacher calls time.