Snowman Note Value Recognition Game
This Snowman themed game is designed to consolidate students’ understanding of note values. It includes 11 pages of increasing complexity which can either be used online or printed out.
This Snowman themed game will help consolidate students’ understanding of note values.
Includes 11 pages of increasing complexity.
To play on paper, you will need:
- A dice
- 7 tokens per player (counters, coins or small toys etc)
- A printed game board
To use online
- Play an online platform that allows screen-sharing and annotation
- Use a physical or virtual dice
- Use annotation to mark bars on a screen, instead of physical tokens
Rules of the game:
- Players take turn to roll a dice
- All bars on the board contain either 3 or 4 crotchet beats. If a player rolls a 3 or 4 they may place a token on a bar with that number of beats
- If a player rolls 1, 2, 5 or 6 they cannot place a token on that turn.
- The player with the most tokens on the board is the winner when all bars are covered.
Play with students during lessons to see who can place the most tokens on the stars, or students can play at home—how many bars can they cover in 10 rolls of the dice?
Created by Kate Thompson
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