I Have...Who Has...? Games
The entire class can have fun while practicing skills in math. Hand out all of the cards. The student whose card reads, "I have the first card! Who has?" begins. The student whose card has the answer to that question responds and then asks a different question. This continues until the person with the last card gives the final answer and then reads, "This is the end of the game!" Each box provides 4 sets of cards for 4 different games. $16.99 eac h TCZ 7817 Grades 1-2 Game titles: Addition; Subtraction; Number Patterns; Greater Than/Less Than TCZ 7818 Grades 2-3 Game titles: Addition; Subtraction; Multiplication; Place Value TCZ 7819 Grades 3-4 Game titles: Multiplication 1-6; Multiplication 1-12; Division; Fractions TCZ 7833 Grades 4-5 Game titles: Money; Division; Rational Numbers; Adding & Subtracting Fractions TCZ 7834 Grades 5-6 Game titles: Division; Rational Numbers; Linear Expressions; Reducing Fractions
4 games per box for the entire class
To play, Player 1 places yellow chips on any two numbers surrounding the grid. He or she then places a red marker on the product (the answer to the multiplication problem) on the grid. Player 2 moves only ONE of the yellow chips and then places a blue marker on the product of the new problem. Play continues until the winner has four numbers covered in a row (horizontal, vertical, or diagonal). Strategies involve not only building your own row of four markers, but also blocking your opponent's row! For 2-10 players. Grades 3-8. TCZ 7803 $18.99
Reinforce multiplication facts to 12 while encouraging student interaction. Players take turns choosing an equation disc from a pile. If the product (answer) of that equation is on the player's game mat, he or she places the disc over that number. The first player to cover all the numbers on a game mat wins. Ten 9"x 8" game mats. For 2-10 players. Grades 3-6. TCZ 7807 $18.99 I Have... Who Has...? Games are also available in these titles: Academic Vocabulary (page 11) Early Learning (page 27) Language Arts (page 11) Science (page 16) Sight Words (page 27)
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Pete the Cat Cool Cat
Turn students into cool math cats with this groovy game! Players practice grade-level math by drawing cards and answering questions. A correct answer earns the player a Pete button. The first player to earn four buttons wins the game. When players draw Cool Cat Cards, they earn additional buttons-or give them up. Includes 120 cards. Directions with additional activities included. $14.99 each TCZ 63530 Kindergarten TCZ 63531 Grade 1
PETE THE CAT 1999, 2010 James Dean by arrangement with MerryMakers, Inc. PETE THE CAT is a Registered Trademark of James Dean, US Reg. #3820216, #4903976, #5104976
See page 27 and 28 for more Pate the Cat Games
Ranger Rick Rockin' Racoon
Players take turns drawing from a deck of grade-level math question cards featuring an array of adorable Ranger Rick characters. As players solve math problems they try to collect bonus animal tokens. The player with the most tokens at the end is declared a Rockin' Raccoon All Star. Ranger Rick math cards can also be used in a center for a fun way to improve math skills. Directions are provided for a variety of ways to play based on student needs. An answer key is included. 120 cards. $14.99 each TCZ 7835 Grade K TCZ 7836 Grade1
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