Unifix cubes in two different colours. Players will be given cubes of the same (note: 95 is the absolute maximum number of cubes needed per player)
Player 1 tosses two dice and finds the sum of the two numbers (e.g., 3 + 4 = 7). They will then build a tower on the corresponding square using that many unifix cubes (e.g., a seven-cube tall tower on the number seven square).
Player 2 takes a turn, repeating the same procedure.
The game continues until someone gets a bingo, either by occupying four squares in a row or five squares in a column.
Are students able to accurately comprehend and represent number in the three different forms?