# Zing! - an Uno inspired Multiplication Math Game

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Students will love practicing their Math facts with this fun multiplication game. This Uno inspired game includes 108 cards. Students will play by making matches by color, number, and multiplication product. Use this great resource for Math Centers, for early finishers, or even indoor recess. See directions for the game below:

How to play

•Each player is given 6 cards. The rest of the cards are placed faced down in a pile. The card on top of the pile is then placed faced up next to the stack to being a discard pile.

•Players will then take turns placing a card in the discard pile by playing a card that matches color, number, or product of the multiplication problem. If a match is made that is a different color the color in play then is changed.

•(Example: 3x4 and 2x6 have the same products so you could place a 3x4 on top of 2x6 or 12 is the product of 3x4 match in many ways.)

•(Example: match a green card with another green card)

•(Example: match a 10 with a 10).

•Players can use a Skip card to skip the next player.

•Players can use a Reverse card to change the direction of play.

•Players can use a Trade card to trade their stack of cards with any player’s cards no matter how many or few cards either player has.

•Players can use a Draw Two card to make the next player draw two cards and give up their turn.

•Players can use a Wild card to change the color of the card in play.

•Players can use a Draw Four card to make the next player draw four cards and give up their turn.

•If a player does not have a card that matches by color, number, or product when it is their turn they must draw a card from the face down pile. If it matches they must play that card. If it is not a match they keep the card and it becomes the next player’s turn.

•When a player has one card left they must say Zing! If they are caught not saying Zing! before the next player’s turn, then the player with one card left must draw 3 extra cards.

•Players continue taking turns until one player has no cards left and is declared the winner!

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