Hand Over Yer Treasure
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This ‘Hand Over Yer Treasure’ Game is played just like the traditional card game of ‘war.’ However, in this game, players must complete the addition problem to find our who has the card with the greatest value. This game addresses the Common Core Standards: K.OA.5 Fluently add and subtract within 5. 1.OA.6 Fluently add and…
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This ‘Hand Over Yer Treasure’ Game is played just like the traditional card game of ‘war.’ However, in this game, players must complete the addition problem to find our who has the card with the greatest value.
This game addresses the Common Core Standards: K.OA.5 Fluently add and subtract within 5. 1.OA.6 Fluently add and subtract within 10. 2.OA.2 Fluently add and subtract within 20.
Teachers: Laminate and cut apart cards.
Treasure Chest Cards are for students mastering addition 0-5. Use only these cards and the treasure map cards for this set. You’ll want to make enough copies of this set so that each student has 12-15 cards to start since there aren’t as many combinations of number cards. For addition through 10, print off the Treasure Chest Cards and Parrot Cards. Finally for addition through 20, print off Treasure Chest, Parrot and Pirate cards. Copy off as many cards as you need. Feel free to use more or less cards depending on the number of students you have playing. Include treasure map cards in each set.
Directions: Divide cards evenly amongst players. Keep cards face down (without looking) in front the players. All players turn one card over in front of them. After completing the addition problem, the player with the greatest valued card keeps all the cards from that hand. If there is a tie, players take a card from their deck and place it in front of them face down and another card facing up on top. The player with the greatest valued card from that hand wins all of the cards from the tie and the tie breaking hand. If a player turns over a ‘treasure map’ card. The automatically win the hand. Player with the most cards at the
end of the playing time period is the most piratical pirate of them all.

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