Don’t Eat Pete Addition Game

Since I’m getting ready to share this game in first grade tomorrow, I thought I’d share it with you, too!  Whether the kids are new to addition or need a review after summer break, Addition Don’t Eat Pete is perfect for children in K-2nd Grade.  This game is sold in my store for $2.50. This game is now free for everyone!

Looking for a fun way to memorize addition facts? Try this Dont Eat Pete Addition Game! | A fun educational version of a family favorite! {OneCreativeMommy.com}

Addition Don’t Eat Pete

Kids who have memorized addition facts definitely have an advantage when it comes to math!  Learning these simple facts first makes learning difficult math much easier!  Quickly recalling addition facts allows kids to solve more complicated problems as they get older.  If you have an advanced kindergartener, a first grader, or a second grader who needs a review, this kit is right for them.

The kit includes 11 addition fact game boards and instructions, and is ideal for giving children a fun way to learn their facts or to practice facts during the summer months.  (+1, +2, +3, +4, +5, +6, +7, +8, +9, Addition Doubles, and Doubles +1. )

See below for a video demonstration of the addition doubles game board.  (Prior to the recording, and without telling Boo, I selected a fish to be “Pete.”  The fish I selected was 0+0, so Boo was able to clear the entire board without “eating Pete.”  The kids usually don’t get lucky enough to clear the whole board, but it does happen!)

Sample Page

Here’s an example of one of the pages from the kit: Addition Doubles.

Don't Eat Pete Addition Doubles Freebie {Download the Sample or buy the whole kit. {OneCreativeMommy.com}

To learn more about my “Don’t Eat Pete” games, visit this post.  I hope your family loves Don’t Eat Pete!

Click the download button below to download the free Addition Don’t Eat Pete Kit.

 

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Want more Don’t Eat Pete?  I also have games for Multiplication, Division, Number Recognition, Shapes and Colors, and Phonograms.

You might also be interested in these addition and multiplication free practice drills.  (Images are linked.)

Addition Railroad Practice Drill and Progress Chart from OneCreativeMommy.com {Keep kids learning this summer!}

Free Multiplication Speedway Practice Drill and Progress Chart from OneCreativeMommy.com {Keep kids learning this summer!}

*This post was originally published March 23, 2012 and has been updated to include new pictures to change the download to free!

Have a great weekend!

Heidi

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  1. Such a cute idea!

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  2. Keep up the great work, love these! Thank you for linking up to the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Party. I have pinned your post to the Bloggers Brags Pinterest board.
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