Phase:  During/Explore/Explain 
Activity:  Before playing the game, students will be given a Lucky Six game board, one number cube, and counters of two different colors. Students will play with a partner. Player one will roll the number cube. If they roll 1 they must add 20 to the number rolled. If they roll 2 or 4 they must add 40 to the number rolled. If they roll a 3 or 5 they must add 50 to the number rolled. If they roll 6 they may add 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, or 100 to the number rolled. So, if the player rolled a 3, they would add 50 plus 3. That would equal 53. The student would say the math sentence, "I rolled 3 and added 50. 3 + 50= 53." Then, the student would take their color counter and cover 53 on the gameboard. Students can only cover one number on each turn. Students will take turns until one player has four counters in a line. 
Assessment Strategies:  The teacher will check in with students to assess their ability to correctly add the two numbers given while observing the game. 
Advanced Preparation:  The teacher would need student copies of the gameboard. The teacher will also need one number cube and 12 counters of one color and 13 of another. The number of counters and number counters would depend on the number of groups. The teacher should introduce the game during the whole group to ensure student understanding of how the game is played.

Variation Tips (optional):  This game could be played during learning stations. 
Notes or Recommendations (optional):  13. Add within 100, using concrete models or drawings and strategies based on place value. 
Keywords and Search Tags:  adding, counters, number cube 