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  • A colorful board game with a flower theme.
  • "Saw a zebra. Move 2 spaces." Fun safari-themed board game.
  • One of several vocabulary building board games, part of the “Name something…” series.
  • One of several vocabulary building board games, part of the “Name something…” series.
  • One of several vocabulary building board games, part of the “Name something…” series.
  • One of several vocabulary building board games, part of the “Name something…” series.
  • Students practicing adding numbers and counting up to 25 with this swim-themed board game.
  • Roll the dice and move across the board by solving the subtraction equations. Laminate for a fun, reusable game.

  • Board game, French fundamentals. Advanced beginner, intermediate level. Jeu, notions fondamentales. Niveau débutant avancé, intermédiaire.
  • Board game to stimulate conversation,intermediate level. Jeu pour stimuler la conversation, niveau intermédiaire.
  • Broaden nutrition awareness and build food vocabulary with this fun board game.
  • This Coins (20 spaces; color version) Game Board is perfect to practice money skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Coins (20 spaces; color version) Game Board. Folder game board with U.S. coins and a pot of gold, suitable for St. Patrick's Day.
  • This Coins (30 spaces; color version) Game Board is perfect to practice money skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Coins (30 spaces; color version) Game Board. Folder game board with a coin theme. U.S. coins, shamrocks and a pot of gold. Play it for St. Patrick's Day.
  • Use this 'Game Board: Polar Express' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Game Board: Polar Express'. Roll a die and move your pieces along the jingle bells from the train to the North Pole. This game is a good tie-in with the book "Polar Express" by Chris van Allsburg.
  • Folder game board in black and white. Print on colored paper or have students color the game board.
  • Can the geese trap the fox before he reaches the other side of the board? Fox and Geese is a traditional abstract strategy game from Northern Europe. Similar to checkers, but in this game one player moves the fox and the other player moves seventeen geese. A great STEM game that students will find challenging and fun! Laminate the board and player pieces to use again and again.

  • A game board that moves the baby penguin towards its parents, with named and illustrated game pieces of other sea creatures. Instructions included.
  • A colorful game board that moves the baby penguin towards its parents, with named and illustrated game pieces of sea creatures. Instructions included.
  • A fun game for a small group or the whole class. One student chooses a number and others ask questions to find the number, using this page to mark out eliminiations. Includes hundred board and instructions for game play. Laminate for a fun, reuseable classroom game. Can also be played with a large hundred board poster.

  • Cards and a pyramid frame to use in connection with the Egypt Math Pyramid Game, to help students "build" their pyramids. Use together with Math Pyramid Game rules and questions.

  • This Math - Number Line Race 20 Folder Game is perfect to practice addition and subtraction skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Math - Number Line Race 20 Folder Game. A colorful board game where players use addition or subtraction along a number line to win the race. Includes game board, cards, game pieces, and instructions for game play. Laminate for a fun, reuseable classroom game.
  • Great Egypt-themed math questions are the first step in "building" a pyramid. A fun activity with a math backbone. Use together with Math Pyramid Game board.
  • Colorful two page folder game-board with caterpillar theme.
  • Match the game pieces to the correct numbers on the caterpillar game board to solve the math facts.
  • Match the game pieces with the correct circles on the caterpillar game board to solve the math facts.
  • Interactive Notebook game board with a colorful Halloween Theme. Roll the interactive dice to help the witch get back to the haunted house.
  • Can you block your opponent? Pong Hau K'i is a a traditional abstract strategy game from China. As simple as tic-tac-toe, but in this game the objective is to trap your opponent so they can no longer move. A great STEM game that students will find challenging and fun! Laminate the board and player pieces to use again and again.

  • Can you capture your opponent's pieces? Watermelon Chess is a traditional abstract strategy game from China. Easier than traditional chess, the objective of this game is to captrure your opponent's pieces and block further moves. A great STEM game that students will find challenging and fun! Laminate the board and player pieces to use again and again.

  • Can the goats trap the tigers before they are captured? Tigers and Goats, or Bagha Chal, is a traditional abstract strategy game from Nepal. Similar to checkers, but in this game one player moves four tigers and the other player moves twenty goats. A great STEM game that students will find challenging and fun! Laminate the board and player pieces to use again and again.

  • This Christmas Sleigh Ride - Division Math Game is perfect to practice division skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Christmas Sleigh Ride - Division Math Game. Roll the dice and move across the board by dividing equations. Laminate for a fun, reusable classroom game.
  • Can you get 3 in a row before your opponent? Nine holes is a traditional abstract strategy game from England that has been played since the middle ages. Similar to tic-tac-toe, the objective is to line up your playing pieces three in a row. A great STEM game that students will find challenging and fun! Laminate the board and player pieces to use again and again.

  • Can the leopards trap the tiger before he captures them? Tiger and Leopards is a traditional game from Thailand, also known as Len Choa. Similar to checkers, but in this game one player moves the tiger and the other player moves six leopards. A great STEM game that students will find challenging and fun! Laminate the board and player pieces to use again and again.

  • A set of bulletin board materials with a video game theme that is great for back-to-school. Highlight the idea of teamwork by writing student names of "pixel pals" characters to hang on the board. A great way to organize reading groups. Set includes an idea page, "pixel pal" characters, colorful pixel-themed straight border, and colorful pixel-themed letters to spell out "Pixel Pals Work Together." Additional pixel-themed letter and number sets are also available to create custom titles.

  • Roll the dice and move across the board by subtraction equations. Laminate for a fun, reusable game.

  • Can you capture your opponent's pieces by forming 3-in-a-row? Merels, also known as Nine Mens Morris, can be traced back to 1400 B.C Egypt, and was popular in ancient Rome and medieval Europe. Each players' objective is to form a  3-in-a-row "mill" which allows them to remove an oppoinent's piece. A great STEM game that students will find challenging and fun! Laminate the board and player pieces to use again and again.

  • Colorful game board: Reinforces categorization of different modes of transport (by air, on water, on land).