Grid games are a great way to reinforce numbers, counting, taking turns, and one-to-one correspondence (a skill important in both math and reading)! This fun Halloween grid game lets children practice these skills on a festive personal board. It's great for small groups or individual fun!
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To play the Ghost Grid Game, follow these easy instructions:
1. Print a Ghost Grid Game (page 2) for each player. Use cardstock for a longer-lasting game board.
2. Gather dice and markers (markers can be torn paper, BINGO chips, or another copy of page 2).
3. On your turn, do the following: Roll the dice, count the dots, cover up the corresponding number of ghosts on your grid page with your markers. Take turns if you have more than one player.
4. Each player wins when he / she covers up all the ghosts!
5. For a “team” version, you can have each player take turns covering ghosts on the same page. Everyone wins at the same time!
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