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# Teacher

Appreciation
Thanks a Bunch
For all you do!

Heres a bunch
of freebie math
games for you!
Games 4 Learning
www.teacherspayteachers.com

Games 4 Learning
www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Games-4-Learning
Permission to copy for single classroom use only.
Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only.
Not for public display.
Graphics by

## Creative Clips by Krista Wallden

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KPM Doodles
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Amy Alvis
www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Amy-Alvis
Tracee Orman
www.traceeorman.com
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## Teresa Evans 2013

Party Time
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Cover All
a game for 2 players
Need, 2 dice, counters

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## Each player chooses a Party Hat

to use for the game. Players take turns
to roll the 2 dice.
multiplies or divides the 2
numbers on the dice and covers
the number they have created.
For example, if a player throws 2
and 6, they could cover 8 (2+6),
4 (6-2), 12 (2x6) or 3 (62).
Play continues until one player has covered
every number on their party hat. This player
is the winner.

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## Munch Subtraction Game

a game for 2 players
Need: counters to cover numbers
Help the monkeys to munch up the numbers. Players take turns to cover the
numbers to make a subtraction equation to fit the pattern in the center of the board,
e.g. on a turn a player could cover 12, 5 and 7 for 12 5 = 7. Once a number is
covered it remains covered. The last player who can cover an equation is the winner.

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Munch Munch

Subtraction Game
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e.g. 15 - 9 = 6

## Munch Division Game

a game for 2 players
Need: counters to cover numbers
Help the dinosaurs to munch up the numbers. Players take turns to cover the
numbers to make a division equation to fit the pattern in the center of the board, e.g.
on a turn a player could cover 18, 3, and 6 for 18 3 = 6. Once a number is covered
it remains covered. The last player who can cover an equation is the winner.

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Munch Munch

Division Game
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e.g. 24 8 = 3

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Sandcastle
Subtract from 20
Game
a game for 2-4 players
Need Counters, 2 dice
Each player puts a counter on the Start. Players
take turns to roll 2 dice and add the numbers
together. The player then subtracts the total from 20
and moves to the next space that has this number.
For example: If a player rolls 5 and 6 which adds to
11, they would move to 9. The first player to reach
the sandcastle is the winner. The player must roll a
total of 9 or 10 to move to the sandcastle.

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Double or Half

## a game for 2-4 players

Need: counters, 2 Dice
Players take turns to roll the 2 dice and then add these numbers together.
They can choose to either double the sum (multiply it by 2) or half the sum if
It is an even number, i.e. you can half 4 or 8 but not 3 or 5.
For example, if a player throws 3 and 5, the player could cover either 16 or 4.
Play continues until one of the cupcakes is surrounded with a counter on each of the
spaces around it. The player who places the last marker to eat this cupcake is the
winner.

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## Odd and Even Flip Flops

a strategy game for 2 players
One player uses the odd numbered Flip Flop Cards and the other uses the
even numbered Flip Flop Cards. Players take turns to place a card on the
board. Each card must cover 1 square and cards cannot be placed over
another card. Odd and even numbers are not allowed to touch each other
This means they cannot be placed side by side or one above or below the
other. The last player who can place a card is the winner.
HINT: Try to place your cards so that you block your opponent from placing
the last card.

## Odd and Even Flip Flops

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Thank You!
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all that you do as a teacher or educator