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Bobby's Board Games – Maths Game Challenge

Teach Starter Publishing
PDF | 2 pages | Years: 5 - 7

Challenge students to design and make a maths board game.

Add to your collection of classroom games by having students design and make their own board games, with this maths challenge worksheet.

Students must identify a maths concept and make a board game to help their fellow classmates better understand it. Concepts might include: operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division), percentages, decimals, fractions, place value, or large numbers.

Games may include:

  •  a game board
  •  rules or information on how to play the game
  •  any questions or game pieces that are necessary to play the game
  •  answer sheets for any questions in the game.

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  • Katrina Anderson

    This will be great for early finishers and to check for deep understanding.

  • kerry thorley

    This is an excellent resource/topic for students during SOLE (self Organised Learning Environment) lessons for middle and upper primary students. Do you have more of these so I don't need to re-invent the wheel??