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Doubles / Doubling Game To 10

Doubles / Doubling Game To 10

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A fun and engaging board game designed to help children develop the ability to double numbers. Players must take turns to roll a die and move along the board. They must then double the number they land on and say the number aloud. The download includes an A4 version as well as a large version. You may wish to use one of the various dice templates available on our site alongside this game.

This game covers numbers 1 to 10 but we also have versions covering numbers 1 to 5 and 1 to 20.

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  1. Clare

    Great resource

  2. stan

    thank you

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