Addition Subtraction Math Facts Game 4 in a Row Centers Common Core
My students really enjoy playing 4 in a Row. They get excited when I put it out at my math center.
Directions: 2 Players Each player will need 10 chips or cubes (each own color). Players take turns solving math problems, then cover with chip if they got it right. The first player to get 4 in a row (across, down, or diagonally) wins the game.
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