# Bonus Games

### Bonus Games: Skill Groups 1 - 8

**Eight Bonus Game units target skills students will need at each grade level. These fun and incredibly diverse games feature various types of untimed skill-building activities, such as sequencing and working with tens, pattern sensing, algebra, fractions, decimals.**

#### BONUS 1

**More Or Less.** Students place ten numbers on a number line starting with single-digit numbers and advancing to three digits. Strengthens estimation skills. **Ten Wheels.** Students build wheels by placing four numbers in a circle so each wheel totals ten. Solidifies addition/subtraction skills and introduces higher-order thinking.**First In Tens Add.** Use graphic bars to help build equations where the sum is always ten. Untimed game that strengthens visual estimation skills.**First In Tens Subtract.** Use graphic bars to help build equations to find the difference, always subtracting from ten.**Shape Shuffle.** Students hone grouping, pattern-sense skills to complete a pattern. Strengthens lateral thinking and is a basis for algebraic thinking.**Link ‘N Lock Add/Subtract.** Great way to hone grouping skills. Add or subtract two numbers in a triad; the result must be a number that another triad can link to.**Early Algebra Tiles.** Match tiles that show a variable of equivalent value. Game may have up to three layers of overlapping tiles. *To discourage guessing, game resets on the 6th click that does not result in a match.*

#### BONUS 2

**Deep Sea-Quence.** Practice skip counting and solidify addition and subtraction skills. Select numbers that continue a specified sequence, such as “n + 2”. Higher levels of play present two simultaneous sequences.**Grand Slam Add/Subtract.** Practice number-sense and grouping skills with addition and subtraction. Three rounds progress from single to double digits.**First to 20 Add.** Build equations that sum to target numbers ranging from 11 to 20. Great for visual learners.**First to 20 Subtract.** Use graphic bars to help build equations to find the difference, using numbers from 11 to 20. Round Two: Find the missing number to complete the equation.**Speed Shuffle.** Use grouping, number-sense skills to complete a pattern. Strengthens lateral thinking; begins algebraic thinking.**Go To 100 Add.** Find missing number to complete the addition equation by regrouping. Numbers range from 3 to 100.**Go To 100 Subtract.** Find a missing number to complete the subtraction equation by regrouping. Numbers range from 3 to 100.**Geometry Tiles.** Match tiles with 2D or 3D shapes viewed from different perspectives. Click two tiles to create a matched pair (two circles, two cubes). Game may have up to three layers of tiles.

#### BONUS 3

**Factor Wheels.** Place four numbers in a circle that share a common factor. Solidifies multiplication and division fluency.**Skip Game.** Numbers 1 to 10; skip count by adding or subtracting.**XYZ Shuffle.** Select missing icons represented by one or more variables (x, y, or z). Develops comfort with pre-algebra concepts and strengthens logical thinking skills.**Decimals More Or Less.** Place ten decimals on a number line (with the fewest moves!) to further critical-thinking skills.**Multiply/Divide Grand Slam.** Hones number-sense and grouping skills. Three rounds progress to play with all four operations.**Estimation.** Round numbers to nearest 10’s, 100’s or 1,000’s; round multiple numbers then add and/or subtract to select a correct total.**Link ‘N Lock - Multiply/Divide.** Students hone grouping skills as they link triads together; requires planning ahead. Multiply or divide the two numbers in a triad and the result is the number you want to look for in another triad to link to.**Equivalent Fraction Tiles.** Match tiles with fractions of equal value.**VIFs Tiles.** Match tiles with facts of equivalent value.**Elementary Algebra Tiles.** Match tiles with a variable of equivalent value.

#### BONUS 4

**24 Wheels.** Build wheels by placing four numbers in a circle that total 24—circles must match the solution patterns provided. Develops pattern-sensing & problem solving skills.**Monu’s Path.** Using addition/subtraction, work through several different paths to solve for x.**Fractions More Or Less.** Place fractions on a number line in proper order. Higher rounds include unlike denominators.**The Hex Factor.** Select one of three numbers that will continue a specified sequence, such as “n x 3”. Higher levels present two simultaneous, and feature faster-running sequences.**Pundi’s Puzzle.** Sharpens reasoning skills. Select icons of different shapes and colors to fill a 4 x 4 grid where rows, columns, or diagonals do not contain icons of same shape and color. Rounds 3 & 4 feature a 5 x 5 grid.**Jennie’s Jewels.** Build Wheels that have one of four common attributes: Same Shape, Same Color / Same Shape, Different Color / Different Shape, Same Color / Different Shape, Different Color.**Fractions Undo.** Decompose Fractions. Round 1 begins with 1/4 as the fraction and will sequentially move by 1/4 increments to 1. Choose the two fractions that when added will result in the fraction you want to decompose.

#### BONUS 5

**Fraction Wheels.** Combine fractions and mixed numbers using addition/subtraction to create whole-number wheels. Review Game feature allows for immediate feedback.**Grand Slam Integers.** Hones number sense and grouping skills using all four operations with positive and negative integers.**Equivalents.** A player selects three bars that display equal values, then determines if the remaining bars are more than or less than the three equal values.**RPS Chess.** Plays like chess; each icon moves in specific patterns, players capture icons on the board until only one remains.**Pattern Puzzle.** Game begins with ONE pattern and from 6 to 8 24® Game **Single Digits cards.** Select cards that can be solved using the pattern shown.**3 Moves to Zero.** Game begins with nine numbers. Using any of the operations shown, decide how to make a zero using three numbers.

#### BONUS 6

**Estimation Decimals.** Round Decimals to the nearest 1’s, 0.1’s or 0.01’s. Advances to rounding multiple numbers and then add and/or subtract those numbers.**Misfits 3x7 Numbers.** Find the pattern, spot the “misfits” that are out of place and move them to where they belong.**Grand Slam Decimals Add/Subtract.** Hones skills using addition & subtraction with Decimals.**Grand Slam Decimals Multiply/Divide.** Hones skills using multiplication & division with Decimals.**Grand Slam Decimals All Operations.** Hones skills using all four operations with Decimals.**Decimal Tiles.** Match tiles with equations of equal value containing decimals. Up to three layers of overlapping tiles as challenge increases.**Integer Tiles.** Match tiles with equations of equal value containing integers. Up to three layers of overlapping tiles as challenge increases.**Exponent Tiles.** Match tiles with equations of equal value containing exponents; click two tiles to create a matched pair. May have up to three layers of overlapping tiles as challenge increases.**Monuji’s Path.** Build equations using all four operations. Work through several different paths to solve for x. Increases in difficulty.**Pattern Power.** Game begins with ONE 24® Game Single Digits card and 6 to 8 patterns below. Select a pattern that can solve the card. Select more matching patterns as rounds increase in difficulty.

#### BONUS 7

**Xtreme Algebra.** Match quadrant and path to the given algebraic expression. Includes adding/subtracting algebraic expressions with up to two variables.**Grand Slam Fractions Add/Subtract. **Hones skills using addition & subtraction with Fractions.**Grand Slam Fractions Multiply/Divide.** Hones skills using multiplication & division with Fractions.**Grand Slam Fractions All Operations.** Hones skills using all four operations with Fractions.**Algebra More Or Less.** Calculate the numeric value of algebraic expression appearing on emerging balls, and place five balls on the number line in their proper order.**Link ‘N Lock Fractions.** Link triad shapes together; add or subtract the two fractions in a triad and the result is the number you want to find in another triad to link to.**Algebra Tiles.** Match tiles with equivalent algebraic equations; click on two tiles to create a matched pair. Up to three layers of overlapping tiles.**Fraction Tiles.** Match tiles with equations of equal value containing fractions; click on two tiles to create a matched pair. Up to three layers of overlapping tiles as challenge increases.**Order Of Operation Tiles.** Match tiles with equations of equal value requiring knowledge of order of operations; click on two tiles to create a matched pair (equivalent equations of the same value using order of operations).

#### BONUS 8

**Grand Slam Algebra.** Baseball-themed game hones skills using all four operations with Algebra.**Master RPS Chess.** Plays like chess; each icon moves in specific patterns, players capture icons on the board until only one remains.**Into The Vortex.** Begins with seven panels that contain values or algebraic expressions. Click three panels that contain EQUIVALENT (equal) values.**Quantum Zeroes.** Game begins with nine numbers. Using any of the operations shown, make a zero using three numbers; continue making zeros from with remaining numbers.

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