1.Game play is ideal for two players.
2.Players shuffle the cards (face down).
3.Players equally divide up the cards (face down).
4.Player sitting on the left is the player representing "less", player sitting on the right represents the "more" player.
5.Both players turn over their top card in their stack and lay it on the blank squares on the game board.
6.Players determine together the comparison symbol. If the cards are equivalent, they get shuffled back in each players set that is yet to be played.
7.One player rolls the di to determine if “Less” or “More” wins the set.
8.Players stack the cards on the side that won the set.
9.Player with the most cards at the end, wins.
The best part about this game is that it is completely customizable. I've included numerous representations of numbers, including pictorial, numeric, and word form of all cards. There are over 400 playing cards, which I continue to add to daily. Here's some pictures of the endless possibilities.
Challenge those smarties!
Some are just word form for my intermediate grade levels.
My teachers have asked me to put our math problem-solving guide on paper. We use it daily, but I needed the break to add some sparkle to the little guy. Worst picture ever :(
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