Gardening Addition BUMP!
This set of free Gardening Addition BUMP! Games have been created to help your students work on mastering their addition facts this spring.
We’ve created this gardening addition BUMP! game set to give your students engaging math fact practice in your classroom this spring.
This set is perfect for when you are looking for something fun to get you through the rainy spring months. You will find links to some of our other related resources at the bottom of this post.
We are always receiving requests for new, seasonally themed math games to engage your students in math fact practice – please let us know if you have a request we have not covered.
You might also choose to provide copies for your families for practice at home.
Print and send them home with math supplies to encourage your students to review their facts and have a little fun over winter break.
Download this set by clicking on the bold BUMP! wording below in the post.
We have put together a collection of four addition bump games for math fact practice in your classroom (or home!)
To play, students will need two dice and chips.
Here are the directions for our Gardening Addition BUMP!:
- Roll number cubes and add the numbers.
- Cover that space with a marker.
- You can bump your partner’s space.
- If you cover a space with 2 stacked markers, that space can’t be bumped.
- The first player to use all 10 of their markers first wins!
**The fourth board in this spring addition BUMP! set is designed to be used with two 10-sided dice. In order to fit all of the possible answers, we needed to remove the directions. Because of this, you will need to make sure students fully understand the directions before you begin.
You can download this set of free spring addition BUMP! games here:
If you are looking for more resources to help your students master their addition facts, please look at our Addition Timed Tests.
As always, these games were created for your free classroom use. Our resources are not intended to be sold or modified and sold in any form. If you have any questions, please let us know.
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