Differentiating with Five in a Row Games

Last year I created a series of five in a row games called Gomoku.  Students would take turns rolling two dice, perform an operation with the numbers and mark a square with the answer.  Here are three of the boards that are part of the set:
As you can see, the type of answers increase in complexity over the set of games.  (My fourth graders didn't need to learn about negative numbers, but they thought it was cool to do higher level math.)

To read more about Gomoku and download the free games, please visit this post at Artistry of Education.

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