Our first board game, Prime Climb, is a mathematical powerhouse. You can get the game on Amazon, or check other options. The good news is, there’s plenty of ways to use the factorized color-coding of the game.
Show the Prime Climb chart up to 20. Ask students what they notice, and any conjectures for how the coloring works.
After that initial discussion, hand out the blank chart to 100 and challenge students to color in the next row. How far can they go?View Fullscreen
Find more ideas for using Prime Climb inspired lessons in the classroom here.
Check out these descriptions of using the Prime Climb color chart from mathforsuccess.org, Rounds 1, 2, and 3. There’s also a beautiful description of using the Prime Climb number images at the Doing Maths blog here.