Math Game Boards are low-prep, high interest, and engaging games for students working on or reviewing subitizing!
Print out the game board(s) you want to use and the corresponding playing cards.
You will need a playing piece for each student (cubes, tokens, coins, etc) and that’s all! No dice or spinners are needed for these games. All games are played the same way, but the change.
I personally love these games because in order to play, the students actually have to be able to RECOGNIZE and IDENTIFY the amount and FIND the first number on the game board that matches! I always use these in math groups before putting them into math centers.
8 Game Boards for the following are included, plus directions on how to print large sized game boards:
- Numbers 0 – 5
- Numbers 6 – 10
- Numbers 11 – 15
- Numbers 16 – 20
- 2 Review Games for Numbers 0 – 10
- 2 Review Games for Numbers 11 – 20
These are easy to store and organize! I keep each game board and the corresponding playing cards in a gallon size ziplock bag.
Please see the preview for details ON HOW TO PLAY!