Monday, December 30, 2013

Super Power Thinking Math Games

 Super Power Thinking
Get your Super Power Thinking on with these fun and engaging math games! Students will be using their Super Power Thinking (mental math and number sense strategies) to play these games. No paper or pencils are allowed. All math thinking is done in their head!

A total of 12 different game boards are included to get your Super Power Thinking on!

The game boards use addition skills and 2 boards use multiplication skills. Not only are players trying to get 4 in a row, but they are also trying to use some strategy to block their opponent from making their 4 in a row.
This pack is perfect for all learners in the classroom. If you need your students to improve mental math and number sense, this is the pack for you! I think 1st -3rd grade classrooms can benefit from these Super Power thinking games.

Here is an FREE Gameboard to try! 
Click the picture below to download a FREE Game from this pack. 
 Free Super Power Thinking
Players take turns rolling 2 dice and adding them for a sum. Then they add 10 more to the sum and subtract 1. For example, if a player rolled a 4 and 3, they would add for a sum of 7, add 10 more for a sum of 17, and subtract 1 for a difference of 16. The player would cover number 16 on the game board. The first player to cover 4 numbers in a row on the game board is the winner.

This Super Power Thinking Pack includes 12 different game boards. Here is a list of the game boards that are included:

 Super Power Thinking Math Games in Super Kids Theme
You can find these SAME game boards in a different theme. This pack uses the super hero kids theme.  Super Hero kids Preview

Thanks for stopping by today! Hopefully your students will be able to boost their thinking power with these fun math games. 
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