Play to Learn: Gomoku on a 100 Chart

I have created a series of math games I use for stations in my upper elementary classroom.  Recently I updated my 100 chart to make the squares bigger.  (We were running out of dry erase markers, and I wanted to use the plastic cubes as reusable markers.)

The game you see above is called Gomoku.  Students try to get five squares in a row: horizontally, vertically, or diagonally.  To claim a square in this version, they must write an equation that equals the number on that square.

To download the 100 chart with larger squares and access all my free Gomoku games, click here. 

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