life-size hundred and 120 chart games-- seriously genius! my students BEGGED to play these games! I could come up with a million ways to use a floor chart, so I will be making my own. But isn't this a great idea?
money game - Hot glue some coins to about popsicle sticks. Write "Kaboom" on about 5 sticks. Kids play in groups of Pull out a stick. Add the coin values and tell the amount. If you pull a Kaboom stick you have to put all of your sticks back in the cup.
Addition game- Players sit on opposite sides of the playing board. Players take turns rolling the dice and adding the two numbers that appear. If their answer is correct, they may cover the corresponding number on their game board.
Thanksgiving Math: Multiple ways to show the same answer. For higher grade levels -- use the number on the body to show factoring, and the tail feathers to show the math fact. Put product on body, different strategies to solve the fact.