teaching resource

# Space-Themed Odd and Even Board Game

• Updated:  31 Jul 2023

Play this space-themed game board and practise odd and even numbers at the same time!

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  1 Page

teaching resource

# Space-Themed Odd and Even Board Game

• Updated:  31 Jul 2023

Play this space-themed game board and practise odd and even numbers at the same time!

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  1 Page

Play this space-themed game board and practise odd and even numbers at the same time!

## It’s Out of This World Fun! Odd and Even Numbers Game

This thrilling and educational game board that will take you on an adventure through the cosmos! Strap on your astronaut helmets and get ready to explore the universe by answering odd and even questions correctly to move around the game board. It’s time to blast off into an out-of-this-world learning experience!

Your students will be begging to keep playing this game and won’t even realize they are showing to you their knowledge of odd and even numbers.

### Before Playing

• Collect colored counters and a die or
• Print and cut out the playing cards. Shuffle all of them and place them into one stack.
• Assemble the game die.

### Rules

• This game is best played with 2-4 players.
• Each player chooses a game piece.
• One player will roll the number cube to determine how many spaces to move.
• Once the player lands on a space, they will look to see if they have landed on an image. An alien means move forward one space, and an astronaut means move backwards one space.
• Once movement is settled, then a player must draw a card from the stack. If they answer correctly, yay!  If the answer is incorrect, the player will choose a second card and try again one more time. If still incorrect, they player must go back to their previous spot. Return the game cards back to the bottom of the stack.
• The player who gets to the finish line on the board first wins!

Use the dropdown icon on the Download button to choose between the PDF or Google Slides version of this resource.

It is suggested you print this on cardstock to ensure the durability of the resource.

This resource was created by Cassandra Friesen, a teacher in Colorado and a Teach Starter Collaborator.