This is day four of the Pirate Printables. I have been sharing a new set of printables every day this week. Today’s set of subtraction worksheets can be used play Treasure Chest Match.
There are two different versions of treasure chest match. Let me share them with you.
Getting the Subtraction Worksheets
If you click onTreasure Chest Match Up, you can download your free copy of the subtraction worksheets need to play treasure chest match up. Once you have printed out the subtraction worksheets. You can cut out the subtraction flashcards and the treasure chest number cards.
Playing Treasure Chest Match
Equation to Answer
You can have your children layout all of the treasure chests in rows on a table or the floor and place the subtraction flashcards in a pile. Next, they will take one subtraction flash card from the pile at a time. Then, they will look at the treasure chest number cards on the table to find the answer for that subtraction fact. Finally, they will place the subtraction fact on the treasure chest card with the answer.
As the play this game, there will be fewer and fewer treasure chest that don’t have subtraction fact match on them. This will make easier for your children to find the final matches.
Your children will take all of the number cards and all of the subtraction cards and place them upside down on a table or the floor. Then they will turn over two cards at the time. Children are looking for a subtraction card and a treasure chest card with the number that answers that number fact on the subtraction card. If they get a match, they can pick up those cards and put them in a pile. The game is over when they have found all of the matches.
Here are the other pirate printables I have shared this week: