Doubles Math Game

Here is a game I recently played with the class for practicing doubles. There is a directions sheet included so it can be used as a center or you could do it with the whole class. Two different game boards are also included (one with directions on the page and one without).

You can download it here.

8 comments:

  1. Love your game but when I tried to download it Google Docs said I didn't have permission. Could you repost or e-mail it to me? Thanks SO much!
    Karyn
    Wilburk@newmarket.k12.nh.us

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  2. So sorry! I forgot to choose the "make it public" option. I keep doing that! Hope it works now. I'll email it to you just in case. :)

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  3. Hi! Thank you for posting this game! We are busy trying to master our facts! I can't wait to use this game with my first graders! Super idea! I'm so glad you shared it!
    ~Michelle
    http://firstgradebest.blogspot.com

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  4. Hi Sarah!

    So, your blog is incredible and definitely deserve the Stylish Blogger Award. Thanks for all you do!

    Alexandra
    http://thefirstgradesweetlife.blogspot.com/

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  5. I like the name, but for some reason I dont fully understand the concept. I double the 5 for 10 but what goes in the other boxes above the ten? please explain further

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    1. I was wondering the same thing. Any reply on what to do for the other boxes?

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  6. Thank you for sharing your game. I am busily teaching my year 1/2 math group addition and doubles.

    Claire

    claireheyne.blogspot.com

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  7. One number cube is called a die, more than one is dice.

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