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Guess My Rule Game

Guess My Rule Game
This function machine game was created to give students practice in saying and writing the rule, given an input/output table. One student has the rule which the other student has to guess. The guesser records an input number in the table. The rule person must apply the rule and tell the output number. Student pairs repeat this until the guesser correctly identifies the rule by saying and writing it. Students then switch places and repeat the activity. Download three different levels of rules for play: simple addition & subtraction, multiplication or two-step rules. Download directions and cards for the Guess My Rule game.Download a function machine template designed to be inserted into a clear sheet protector and used with dry erase markers for easy game play.Differentiation: This game is easily differentiated by varying the rule cards provided to students. Enrichment: Provide blank cards for students to create their own rules to challenge their peers.

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