1st Grade Math Game: Are We Related? – Addition and Subtraction Fun!

Today, we’re excited to introduce a new math game that is perfect for 1st grade students – Are We Related?“.

This interactive game is designed to help kids practice their addition and subtraction skills in a fun and engaging way. All you need is a standard deck of cards and a printable worksheet, which you can easily download from our website or Teachers Pay Teachers.

So, how do you play? It’s simple! Each player starts by drawing a card. The player with the highest card goes first, followed by the player with the next highest card, and so on.

On each turn, a player will draw two cards and add the numbers together. They will then write the addition sentence on their worksheet and create a related subtraction sentence. For example, if a player draws a 9 and a 4, they would write the following:

9 + 4 = 13 13 – 9 = 4

The other players will then determine if the answers are correct. If they are, the player earns one point. The first player to reach 10 points wins the game!

But “Are We Related?” is more than just a math game – it’s also a great way for kids to work on their critical thinking skills and problem-solving abilities. Plus, it’s a great way to make learning math more enjoyable for kids.

So why wait? Head to our website or Teachers Pay Teachers page to download “Are We Related?” and get started today! Your child will love this interactive and educational math game.

Are We Related?is a fun and engaging math game that helps kids in 1st grade, It’s just one of 131 math games included in our 1st Grade File Folder Math Game Bundle, a collection of printable math games that are perfect for reinforcing key math skills in a fun and interactive way. Each game is designed to be printed and placed in a file folder for easy storage and organization. The bundle includes a wide range of math games covering a variety of 1st and 2nd grade math concepts, so there’s something for every learner. Get your kids excited about math and make learning more engaging with these file folder math games!

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