March 28, 2018

FREE WILD {UNO Inspired} Multiplication Card Game Printable

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Are there any UNO card game fans out there? We love games in our home and this is one that we frequently enjoy playing. I saw this UNO inspired mathematics game that helps with learning multiplication and couldn't wait to share it.

If you have children who are just beginning multiplication (factors zero to five) or are in need of a little extra practice, here's a fun way for them to learn!



Free Math Educational Card Game for Kids



This is a digital product that can be downloaded as a PDF file and then printed off. It looks like the UNO card game and has similar play instructions (including Wild, Draw Two, Reverse and Skip cards), only with a little math twist. I sure wish I had this available to me when I was a kid...how fun!


It's easy to grab this WILD {UNO Inspired} Multiplication freebie! All you need to do is add it to your cart. If you already have an Educents account, you'll be prompted to login to start your free download. If you're not already a member, you will be directed to a registration page where you can create a free account (definitely worth it, in order to keep up to date on future promotions and freebies).


Here are some additional educational games that you may also be interested in:



UNO Inspired Addition Card Game
UNO Inspired Addition Card Game



 UNO Inspired Subtraction Card Game 
UNO Inspired Subtraction Game



UNO Inspired Card Game Bundle 
(includes both math and language arts activities)
WILD Card 4th grade bundle








4 comments:

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Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

Oh no, so sorry to hear that. Have you tried different oils? Is he allergic to a certain one. Some oils should not be used around children, but I know your one son is much older to probably even fall into that category.

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

Oh wow that's such a bummer! I'm so sorry that he has such an issue with that. :-(

Brenda Melendez said...

It is my older son, and unfortunately he's allergic to absolutely everything that grows! So, since the headache oils usually contain some kind of plant oil, I can't use them.