Math Standards and Frameworks

MAPS used: Develop Accurate and Appropriate Procedural Fluency Develop Strategies for Problem Solving Standards: PK.N.2 Count to tell the number of objects. K.N.2 Develop conceptual fluency with addition and subtraction (up to 10) using objects and pictures. 1.N.2 Solve addition and subtraction problems up to 10 in real-world and mathematical contexts. 2.N.2 Add and subtract one- and two- digit numbers in real-world and mathematical problems. 3.N.2 Add and subtract multi-digit whole numbers; multiply with factors up to 10; represent multiplication and division in various ways; Solve real-world and mathematical problems through the representation of related operations.

Fill Your Cup

Materials: Cup Dice Snap Cubes or other small objects to count

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Fill Your Cup

Game Play: Group into pairs Give each person a dice and a cup Set up your counter pieces in-between the two players One person will roll the dice Whatever number is on the dice is how many counters they will put into their cup The next person will roll the dice and repeat step 2 Take turns rolling the dice and the first person to fill their cup wins

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Got Your Number

Materials: Playing cards(Ace through 9 only of all suits) Writing utensil Paper

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Got your Number

Game play: 1.Group into pairs 2. Give a deck of cards with the face cards taken out. (You should only have the ace- 9 cards) 3. Deal each player 6 cards from the deck 4. Select any 4 cards from the 6 you were delt to create 2 two-digit numbers 5. Arrange the 2 numbers so that when they are added together the sum is as close to 100 as possible. The number can go over 100. 6. Once you find your two numbers write out an equation that represents what you did. Ex: if you had 84 and 26 then the equation you would write is 84+26=110 7. Then to find your score for the round take the sum of the two numbers and subtract it from 100 So, it would be 110-100 and the answer to that would be your score 8. Then circle your score for that round 9. Play the game for 7 rounds doing steps 3-8 10. After 7 rounds add up all your scores together. The person with the lowest total score wins the game.

Got Your Number

Here is a short video clip that shows how the game is played:

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This is an example of the scores at the end of the game:

Addition War

Materials Deck of cards with all the cards There are three ways that this game can be played

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Addition War Option 1

Option 1 Game Play: 1. Group into pairs 2. Split the deck of cards evenly between both players (Make sure that the cards have been shuffled) 3. For this option, the ace will represent 1 and all the face cards represent 10 4. Each person will draw one card from their deck 5. Who ever draws the bigger number gets to keep both cards and put them in their pile 6. Keep pulling cards until there are no more cards 7. At the end count how many cards each player has and whoever has the most cards wins 8. Play as many rounds as you want

Addition War Option 1

Here is a short clip that shows option 1 being played:

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Addition War Option 2

The set up is the same as option 1. Get into pairs and split the deck evenly between the two players making sure the cards have been shuffled For this option, the ace still represents 1 and the face cards represent 10 Instead of pulling 1 card from the deck pull two cards from the deck Add the two numbers together Whoever has the bigger number gets all 4 cards and adds them to their pile Play until there are no cards left Count the number of cards each player has at the end of the game and whoever has the most wins Play as many rounds as you want

Addition War Option 2

Here is a short clip that shows option 2 being played:

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Addition War Option 3

The set up is still the same as option 1 and 2 Group into pairs and split the deck of cards evenly between the two players making sure that they have been shuffled For this option the ace will represent 1, the jack will represent 11, the queen will represent 12, and the king will represent 13 Pull two cards from the deck Multiply the two numbers together Whoever has the biggest number gets to keep all 4 cards and add them to their pile Play until there are no cards left Count the number of cards each player has after the game has ended. Whoever has the most cards win Play as many rounds as you want

Addition War Option 3

Here is a short clip that shows option 3 being played:

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Roll Three

Materials: Roll three board 3 dice Something small to cover the board with (it can be counters, beans, macaroni pieces, anything that is small, and you have a lot of)

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Roll Three

Here is the Roll Three Board: You can simply draw it on a piece of paper

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Roll Three

Game play: This game is played in pairs Give each player 3 dice, a game board, and some counters Roll the three dice Add the sum of the numbers on the dice Cover the sum of on the board with your chip or whatever you are using Repeat steps 1-3 and the first person who covers the board wins