A game for division facts 1-6
Each player needs a set of number cubes in a different color. Print and laminate game board and dice. Students take rolling the die (this is the quotient for one of the equations on the board). The The student then covers the equation that would result in the quotient on the die (e.g. if roll 4, cover 24.÷ 6). If the another player has one block on this equation, you can ‘bump’ that cube off and put one of your own cube on it. You can only ‘bump’ when there is only one counter on the number. If you get an equation that is already covered by one of your own cubes, you can stack a 2nd cube on that space. An equation that has 2 stacked blocks on a space cannot be bumped. The winner of the game is the player who has the most cubes on the board at the end of the game.