Addition Facts Partner Game!
Addition Facts Race to Win Game SUPERHERO Set includes many versions of the “Race to Win” or also called “Race to 3” game. This game is great for math stations/centers. My students LOVE this station. I love that they get addition fact fluency practice throughout the year, the more they play the better they learn their facts!
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This is a partner game (I usually put it in one of my math stations, and change it out with different holiday versions). Taking turns the students roll 2 die, add the sum, color in a box on their game sheet. Students can also DAB IT with a bingo dauber if you choose. The first one to capture 3 pictures wins! All games are the same Game, just with different pictures to capture. This allows you to change out the games often throughout the month and keep things fresh. Or, just go with the mixed game for the entire time.
This SUPERHERO LITTLES set includes:
1 Directions and Ideas page
7 color SuperHero Race to Win Games
4 B&W Superhero Race to Win Games
IDEAS FOR USE:
•This is a FAVORITE of my class no matter what time of year (they love a good competition) and a quick and easy practice so they don’t forget their addition facts. Early in the year I often use dice with dots on them, so those that need to still count the dots can do so. Later in the year I switch out the dice for number cubes. Or you can use one of each.
•Run a set in BLACK & WHITE and place in a math center/station bucket. Place some dice in the basket for quick access. Students each need a different colored crayon.
•DAB IT – This can easily be played with a Bingo Dauber, each student chooses their own color.
•COLORED LAMINATED COPIES – I tried to make these colorful but yet not to use too much ink. The colorful games are so enticing and you don’t have to continue to make copies. Place a set of laminated game boards in a math center/station. Or, run on cardstock for thickness and slide into a plastic sleeve. Add some dice. Students can use dry erase markers to X their boxes, circling the picture when they capture it. OR They can use 2 different colors of unifix cubes to fill in their spaces.