Monday, December 5, 2011

Division Games: Bump and Snow Flurry Scurry

LD was asking for more math games, so I whipped up two quick division games.

The first game is the same Bump game I've mentioned before, this time using division problems.

You can print out your own Bump Division Game here.

*Each player takes a turn taking a division card and solving the answer.
*The player places a token on the correct number on the gameboard.
*We use pennies and erasers for tokens.
*If another player has a token on that number, he/she can be bumped off.
*When you have two tokens on the number it is yours.
*The player who has the most numbers covered with two tokens wins the game.

Snow Flurry Scurry: The next game I made uses the same division problem cards (pages 3 and 4 in the download) as the bump gameboard. The cards are shuffled and placed face down in a pile. Each player takes a turn taking a card and moving his piece to the next answer on the gameboard. The first player to make it to the final snowflake with a 6 or an 8 wins. Again, the download is here.

Here are the previous math games I made (with a fall theme): 

 Bump Multiplication for 8x4 through 8x9
and Bump Doubles (4+4 through 9+9)


  1. Great idea! We can use these too :-)

    Hope you'll link them up over at Christmas Fu, under the Lesson Plans IDeas linky :-)

  2. Good idea, Kylie! I just went over to link up. I'm happy to share with others. I'm so glad to hear you can use them. ~Liesl