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Dinosaur Maths Game- ‘All about 8’

Dinosaur Maths Game- 'All about 8'

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A dinosaur themed maths game designed to help children develop an awareness of the different ways that the number 8 can be constructed. Each player has a board showing a different category - either orange, grey, red, blue or green dinosaurs. Players must collect 8 dinosaur cards from their category by taking turns to spin the spinner. To complete their board they must spin a combination of numbers that totals exactly 8. So, if for example the spinner lands on 3 and then 4 the player would need it to eventually land on 1 in order to complete the board.

We also have versions of this game that focus on numbers 6 and 10.

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