games involve problem solving, computation, understanding number
values, and chance.
player should write
the numbers 1-12 on a piece of paper.
object of the game is
to be the first one to cross off all the numbers on this list.
only the cards 1- 6
in every suit (hearts, clubs, spades, diamonds). Each player picks two
cards and adds up the numbers on them.
players can choose to
mark off the numbers on the list by using the total value or crossing
off two or three numbersthat make that value.
example, if the
player picks a 5 and a 6, the player can choose to cross out 11, or 5
and 6, or 7 and 4, or 8 and 3, or 9 and 2, or 10 and 1, or 1, 2, and 8.
out all the cards
from the pack except ace to 6. Each player draws 8 cards from the pack.
whether to use a card in the tens place or the ones place so that the
numbers total as close to 100 as possible without going over.
example, if a player
draws two 1s (aces), a 2, a 5, two 3s, a 4, and a 6, he can choose to
use the numerals in the following way:
40, 10, 5, 6, 1, 3,
2. This adds up to 97.
games help children
develop different ways to see and work with numbers by using them in
different combinations to achieve a goal.
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