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My family loved to play games. Over the years, between family game nights and friend game days, cards got lost. No worries. Don't throw out your old Uno cards. You can re-purpose those cards for a math game.

I attached a copy of an Uno War game that I made for my students to help them practice comparing numbers and sets using the matching and counting strategies. My students have fun playing it. I hope someone can use it.

I made two gameboards so I can differentiate for my students. To help students keep the materials organized, I put a green dot sticker on the one gameboard and on the back of the Uno cards (to 5) that go with that gameboard. I put a blue dot sticker on the other gameboard and on the back of the Uno cards (6-10) that go with that gameboard.

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Discussion Review (newest messages first)
Munchkins 05-07-2019 01:33 AM

Thanks so much for sharing this! I will use it next year when I teach kdgn! How generous of you to share!

ElizabethJoy 05-06-2019 09:41 PM

Thank you iteachk! We will be using it for sure.

Sbkangas5 04-15-2019 04:48 PM

We play war (well, Top-It from EDM), but I love the added 5/10 frame and number line. Thank you so much for sharing! This is going into my math games for sure.

anna 04-14-2019 07:22 PM

Thank you so much for sharing your creative projects! You are a PT Gem

iteachk2010 04-14-2019 09:34 AM

My family loved to play games. Over the years, between family game nights and friend game days, cards got lost. No worries. Don't throw out your old Uno cards. You can re-purpose those cards for a math game.

I attached a copy of an Uno War game that I made for my students to help them practice comparing numbers and sets using the matching and counting strategies. My students have fun playing it. I hope someone can use it.

I made two gameboards so I can differentiate for my students. To help students keep the materials organized, I put a green dot sticker on the one gameboard and on the back of the Uno cards (to 5) that go with that gameboard. I put a blue dot sticker on the other gameboard and on the back of the Uno cards (6-10) that go with that gameboard.




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