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Cover Up (Addition/Subtraction Game) April 6, 2009

Posted by inspiremath in Addition/Subtraction, Math Games.
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●3 dice
●Beans, bingo chips or squares of paper
●A piece of paper (or you can make these permanent) with one of each of the numbers from 1 to 18 written randomly all over the paper.

Taking turns, each player rolls two or three dice (depending on which numbers he has left to cover.)  The player can add or subtract the numbers to equal one of the numbers on the paper.  The player places a bean, bingo chip or square of paper to cover up the number on the paper.  If the player can’t cover a number on his roll, then he loses his turn and passes the dice to the next player.  The first player to cover up all the numbers wins.

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