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Train Maths Game – All About 10

- Train Maths Game - All About 10

About This Primary Resource

A train themed maths game designed to help familiarise children with the different ways that the number ten can be formulated. Each player has a different coloured board which they must fill with train cards matching their colour. To do this they must take turns to spin the spinner. To complete their board they must spin a combination of numbers that totals exactly 10. For example, if the spinner lands on 5 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 8.

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