tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4938185068078673572.post1271161966562193625..comments2017-09-18T23:00:03.028-04:00Comments on Highhill Homeschool: The Card Game War with Speed! Cardsjmommymomhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/18038986572848163326noreply@blogger.comBlogger3125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4938185068078673572.post-36536911182019652692013-08-24T15:56:58.662-04:002013-08-24T15:56:58.662-04:00I love math games! Thanks for sharing at the After...I love math games! Thanks for sharing at the After School linky.Annahttps://www.blogger.com/profile/11406784137997523468noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4938185068078673572.post-7069949390865686942013-08-07T18:31:50.452-04:002013-08-07T18:31:50.452-04:00Subtraction War sounds good. I thought about multi...Subtraction War sounds good. I thought about multiplication War when writing this post, but thought it sounded pretty complicated. Maybe the deck could be separated into some cards with single digits and some with double, so the multiplication would be easier? We will have to try it when school starts. As for division war - each deck is a multiple of a number - playing division war with a Three Speed deck, maybe the cards could be divided by three? I've thought about it a little, but not enough to have a detailed way to play. It's another thing for us to work on when school starts.jmommymomhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/18038986572848163326noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4938185068078673572.post-42463336715585319632013-08-07T10:08:34.493-04:002013-08-07T10:08:34.493-04:00That's a great idea! You could do subtraction...That's a great idea! You could do subtraction as well. We do subtraction war with our 0-10 RightStart math cards deck, and we just always choose to subtract the smaller number that we draw from the larger number. Sometimes we play that the winner of the battle is the one with the smaller result of their subtraction problem!<br /><br />We have done multiplication war with two single digit cards flipped up each time as well...I can't quite imagine being able to multiply two, two digit numbers quickly enough mentally to do "multiplication war" with the speed cards though!<br /><br />Division War seems tricky though...I am not quite sure how that would work! Kirsten @ homeschool discoverieshttps://www.blogger.com/profile/06925291490760663465noreply@blogger.com