Get 5 card games for the price of 3 with our Card Game Bundle One.
These games are a great way to revise topics, and make great starters and plenaries to your lessons.
This pack includes the following games:
Angle Wars - A game about measure acute and obtuse angles, where players battle to choose the card closest in measurement to the base card. You will need your own protractor.
Fraction Decimal and Percentage Snap - A game about finding equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages. There are 72 cards in this pack: 9 base fractions, 18 easy equivalent fractions, 9 harder equivalent fractions, 18 image fractions (9 as circles and 9 as squares), 9 decimals and 9 percentages. The game can be played as snap, or students can match the base fractions to their equivalents. Each different type of card is a different colour, so you can easily differentiate.
Area Wars - A card game resigned to strengthen student's abilities in finding the area of shapes. There are 18 rectangle cards, 18 triangle, 18 compound shapes, 9 parallelograms and 9 compound shapes that contain triangles, for a total of 72 cards. They are all different colours so you can differentiate your game to allow more challenging shapes for the higher abilities, or simpler shapes for those who need to perfect the fundamentals.
Mean Wars - A card game about averages, where players work out the mean, median, mode and range of a set of cards. This fun game has them choosing whether to go with there mean, mode, median or range each round for four rounds. But there's a catch. If they use their mean in one round, they can't use it again in the next round. Student's will want to play this game over and over.
Negative Integers Battle - This game has students work out questions such as 6--4 and -5-8, getting them used to working with adding and subtracting negative numbers. Game play is similar to the angle wars and area wars, in that players choose a solution that is as close to the base card as they can get.
This is a digital product. A download link will be sent to your email address upon purchase and you can then print as many copies as you need to use in your classroom or for home use.
If you have already bought one of these games separately, and now wish to buy the bundle, simply purchase the bundle then send us a message via your account information, selecting the individual resource you'd like a refund on.