Board games have been shown to increase student’s skills in basic number sense, counting skills, number recognition, number comparison, estimation,subitizing, movement is magnitude principle, abstraction principle, and many other fundamental math skills. Various social skills are also developed. In fact, studies have found a correlation between
math achievement and students’ exposure to board games at home.
Some districts have made board games a major portion of their Pre-K math intervention.
Most of these games span many number sense concepts, which is why they are placed in this separate category. Most of these files have a second page gameboard to be printed on ledger size paper.