# Valentine’s Bump Game — Doubling (Addition)

### Doubling Practice – Games and Worksheets

I made a Valentine’s Day Bump Game for my daughter who is still learning her addition (doubling) facts.  We worked on these and from there we’ll move on doubling higher numbers 7 through 10s.  After that, we’ll work for a while on “what comes after” and then go on to problems like 6+7.

This is a game to practice doubling (1+1, 2+2, etc.).  To play you need unique tokens for each player and a die with the numbers 1-6.

To Play:

1. The first player rolls.  She doubles the number she rolled and places a token on the heart.
2.  If another player has a token on the heart, the player can bump the other player’s token off and replace it with her own token.
3. When a player has two tokens on a heart, she has won that heart.
4. The player who has the most hearts at the end of the game wins.

There is a second board game to practice doubling 5+5 through 10+10.

Hope your kids enjoy this!! ♥ Happy Valentine’s Day!! ♥ ~Liesl

I recently made some addition pages for my daughter to practice addition. You may be interested in checking those out.

You might also be interested in this Valentine’s Day Packet I made for our Addition/Subtraction BUNDLE:

Valentine’s Day Math Game

Yesterday I shared a similar game, but for practicing division. You’ll find it free to download here:

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