The BIG Bundle Pack
Save some money and get it ALL at once. You get two game boards for SUM OF WHICH, tiles for SUM OF WHICH is TEN, tiles for SUM OF WHICH is TWENTY, , tiles for SUM OF WHICH is ONE, and tiles for SUM OF WHICH INTEGERS as well as the directions for playing 4 other games with each tile pack. This package has everything you need to play TWENTY different games.
In all, you get two game boards and 4 different sets of tiles to play SUM OF WHICH. You could pick up a few extra boards and play several versions simultaneously. What a great way to differentiate!
This bundle comes with:
- SUM OF WHICH is TEN Senior - The game is printed on a standard game board and stored in a yellow drawstring bag. You play the game on the game board and when finished, you can store your game board and tiles in the yellow bag. This game comes standard with the numeral tiles to play SUM OF WHICH is TEN.
- Expansion pack for SUM OF WHICH is TWENTY – Using this tile pack and the SUM OF WHICH Sr game board, you can bring it up a notch. Now players have to add to TWENTY.
- Expansion pack for SUM OF WHICH is ONE (with measurement fractions) – Using this tile pack and the SUM OF WHICH Sr game board, you can bring it up another notch. Players use fractions with units of halves, fourths, eighths, and sixteenths to make sums of one. This is great way for students to become familiar with addition of fractions with unlike denominators. Using the 2x8 array with the game gives the students a great visual.
- Expansion pack for SUM OF WHICH INTEGERS – Using this tile pack and the SUM OF WHICH Sr game board, you can bring the game into the world of integers. Now players have to add positive and negative integers to make various sums. The required sum changes each play. This keeps the play very interesting.
NOTE: Originally the BIG Bundle included tiles to play SUM OF WHICH IS 100. These tiles are sold out. It place of those tiles you will receive either a second game board allowing you to play multiple board games at once or your choice of SUM OF WHICH is TWENTY, ONE, or INTEGER Tiles. Just let me know in the comment area.