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### Fact Family Snakes

Object of the game: To have the longest “snake” at the end of the game. A “snake” is a line of squares that touch – See example below. They can be “squiggly,” but they all have to touch.

Game counters in different colors for each player, or if you are playing on a laminated board – dry erase markers in different colors for each player.

How to play:

Shuffle the multiplication/division cards and place them facedown where all players can reach them.

The first player takes the top card, answers the problem, and then finds a square on the board with a problem from the same fact family as the drawn card. (It cannot be the same one as the card drawn.) Then the next player draws a card and so on. The winner is the player with the longest snake when you run out of cards.

If it is a tie when you run out of cards you can play “sudden Death.” Shuffle the deck of cards again and take turns playing . First player to make his/her snake longer wins.

Printing: Landscape, 2-sided, flip on short side.

Note: There are 5 different gameboards/sets of cards in this File. Be sure to keep them separated correctly or the game

won’t work.

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### Fact Family Snakes

Object of the game: To have the longest “snake” at the end of the game. A “snake” is a line of squares that touch and make a shape that a snake could lie on – See example below. They can be “squiggly” – but they can’t double back on themselves.

Game counters in different colors for each player, or if you are playing on a laminated board – dry erase markers in different colors for each player.

How to play:

Shuffle the multiplication/division cards and place them facedown where all players can reach them.

The first player takes the top card and finds a square on the board with a problem from the same fact family as the drawn card. Then the next player draws a card and so on. The winner is the player with the longest snake when you run out of cards.

If it is a tie when you run out of cards you can play “sudden Death.” Shuffle the deck of cards again and take turns playing . First player to make his/her snake longer wins.

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## 8 X 5 5 X 8 40 ÷ 5 40 ÷ 8

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### Fact Family Snakes

Object of the game: To have the longest “snake” at the end of the game. A “snake” is a line of squares that touch and make a shape that a snake could lie on – See example below. They can be “squiggly” – but they can’t double back on themselves.

Game counters in different colors for each player, or if you are playing on a laminated board – dry erase markers in different colors for each player.

How to play:

Shuffle the multiplication/division cards and place them facedown where all players can reach them.

The first player takes the top card and finds a square on the board with a problem from the same fact family as the drawn card. Then the next player draws a card and so on. The winner is the player with the longest snake when you run out of cards.

If it is a tie when you run out of cards you can play “sudden Death.” Shuffle the deck of cards again and take turns playing . First player to make his/her snake longer wins.

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### Fact Family Snakes

Object of the game: To have the longest “snake” at the end of the game. A “snake” is a line of squares that touch and make a shape that a snake could lie on – See example below. They can be “squiggly” – but they can’t double back on themselves.

Game counters in different colors for each player, or if you are playing on a laminated board – dry erase markers in different colors for each player.

How to play:

Shuffle the multiplication/division cards and place them facedown where all players can reach them.

The first player takes the top card and finds a square on the board with a problem from the same fact family as the drawn card. Then the next player draws a card and so on. The winner is the player with the longest snake when you run out of cards.

If it is a tie when you run out of cards you can play “sudden Death.” Shuffle the deck of cards again and take turns playing . First player to make his/her snake longer wins.

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### Fact Family Snakes

Object of the game: To have the longest “snake” at the end of the game. A “snake” is a line of squares that touch and make a shape that a snake could lie on – See example below. They can be “squiggly” – but they can’t double back on themselves.

Game counters in different colors for each player, or if you are playing on a laminated board – dry erase markers in different colors for each player.

How to play:

Shuffle the multiplication/division cards and place them facedown where all players can reach them.

The first player takes the top card and finds a square on the board with a problem from the same fact family as the drawn card. Then the next player draws a card and so on. The winner is the player with the longest snake when you run out of cards.

If it is a tie when you run out of cards you can play “sudden Death.” Shuffle the deck of cards again and take turns playing . First player to make his/her snake longer wins.

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