This Unicorn Race to 100 Counting Numbers Game is a fun and engaging way for students to practice counting numbers up to 20, 50, or 100.
To play the game: This game works best in small groups with 2-6 players. Choose which board to use depending on how high you want students to count. Each player will need their own board. Students take turns rolling a number cube and placing small counters on the board. The number on the cube is the number of counters added during each turn. Students start at number 1 and continue adding more counters until they reach the end of the board at 20, 50, or 100.
This is a low-prep activity. There are 3 printable game boards for counting numbers up to 20, 50, or 100. Each board comes in both color and black lines. The game boards are ready to print and play. Print on heavy cardstock and laminate for durability.
You will need to provide students with a number cube and a set of small game pieces (counting chips, cubes, coins, buttons, bears, etc.) to cover the numbers on the game board. You could also use dry erase markers on the player cards for a write and wipe activity.
- 1 Race to 20 Game Board
- 1 Race to 50 Game Board
- 1 Race to 100 Game Board
- Student Direction Page
- Each Game Board comes in both color and b/w versions.
- Counting numbers up to 20, 50, or 100
- Counting on from a given number
- Addition by adding 1 to 6 more
- Using a number chart