I love the creativity of elementary
teachers! One notable project I found was First Grader At Last

I will reproduce their idea below and
then show you a variation of how it could be used for teaching higher
level math.

Here is a recap of their project

From First Grader...At Last |

“Today during math stations, the kids went bowling for addition facts...without the real pins and bowling balls, but still pretty fun! This is a partner game, and each player gets a bowling mat and a handful of colorful chips (I call them mini bowling balls). The players take turns rolling 2 dice, then adding the sums of the numbers rolled. When one of the players rolls a number found on one of their pins, they "knock over" that pin with a chip. The first player to have all pins knocked over wins the game! “

Here
is a variation of the game that would allow you to teach adding and
subtracting integers.

Using
red and white dice (red =negative numbers, white = positive numbers)

The new bowling mat would look something like

New Bowling Answer Sheet For Integers |

__Example__

Roll
Both Dice

Red = 5

White
= 2

-5
+ 2 = -3

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