How about a fun exponent game that students will find themselves wanting to play again and again. It's a simple game that kids can really have fun with. All you need is a deck of playing cards.
Materials: Deck of playing cards
Skill: Exponents, Multiplication
How to Play: Decide who the dealer will be rolling a die. The person with the higher number is the dealer.
So that means the winner of each
round will get a total of two cards from each player, their base and
Turn the cards face down and spread out so that each player in the face-off can draw one card. This is to determine who will shuffle and deal the cards for the face-off.
The player that draws the highest card will be the dealer for the face-off. The face-off is done just like a normal round. The winner of this face-off round is then the wins the tie-breaker and collects all the cards that were turned over in that round.
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