This is a game that supports addition to 10. Rules Using a standard deck of cards, remove all face cards. Aces will be used as 1’s. On a table, arrange 12 cards face up. Take turns finding a pair of cards that add to be 10. The 10’s can be removed individually. Variations Rather […]

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A two-person strategy game/Un juego de estratégias de dos personas Materials/Materiales One game board/Un tablero 13 markers/13 piezas DIRECTIONS/INSTRUCCIONES Place one marker in each circle. Coloque una pieza en cada círculo. Players take turns removing one or two markers. If you take two markers, they must be from adjacent circles. Los jugadores toman turnos quitan […]

Nine men’s morris is a strategy board game for two players dating at least to the Roman Empire. The game is also known as nine-man morris, mill, mills, the mill game, merels, merrills, merelles, marelles, morelles, and ninepenny marl in English. The game has also been called cowboy checkers and is sometimes printed on the […]

Decade or Ten-Twenty-Thirty is a Patience game played with a traditional 52-card deck. Rules Using a standard 52-card deck of playing cards (without jokers), three cards are drawn from the bottom of the deck and placed face-up in a line on the table laid out in the order they were drawn so the faces […]

Pyramid is a solitaire game where the object is to get all the cards from the pyramid to the foundation. Rules The object of the game is to remove pairs of cards that add up to the total of the highest card in the deck from a pyramid arrangement of 28 cards. When using the […]

At the start of the school year, I came across this tweet by @MathEqualsLove… This Week’s Puzzle: Equilateral Triangle. This puzzle is always a favorite! https://t.co/tPyH2w2spF #mtbos #iteachmath #teach180 #puzzlingclassroom pic.twitter.com/8Se6RJJepj — Sarah Carter (@mathequalslove) August 26, 2019 I loved the Equilateral Puzzle, so I finally got around to sharing it with teachers during a […]

You’ll need a pen, piece of paper, and nine number cubes. Draw a tic-tac-toe board, and arrange the number cubes so that there is one cube per spot. Change the face of the cube so that for every possible three-in-a-row (like Tic-Tac-Toe) the dice all sum to the same quantity. Of course, all dice being […]

Learning to love math just got way more fun! Introducing Tiny Polka Dot, the colorful card deck that grows with your child! With 16 easy-to-learn games that playfully teach math, from counting & early numeracy to arithmetic & logic, Tiny Polka Dot is the perfect way to nurture your child’s love of math: through play! […]

Set (stylized as SET) is a real-time card game designed by Marsha Falco in 1974 and published by Set Enterprises in 1991. The deck consists of 81 unique cards that vary in four features across three possibilities for each kind of feature: number of shapes (one, two, or three), shape (diamond, squiggle, oval), shading (solid, […]

Similar to Traditional NIM, two players alternate turns picking up tiles. The objective is still to be the player to pick up the last tile. What is different is the arrangement of the tiles at the beginning of the game. Tiles are arranged into a 4×4 grid, like so… For this game players are […]