I feel some of these blogging girls are putting me to shame. I blog more while I am working full time than I do when I am off for summer break! So, in my guilt, I have begun to think more about this upcoming school year and the implementation of the Common Core. Earlier in the school year, I blogged about Line Plots and shared an activity that I created for my students/team to use. You can read about that one here. What I didn't share in that post, was a game that I created for my students to use in Math Workshop. As I prepared for that unit, I continued to come up short in the game/activity area for line plots. I don't know if it is because it is a relatively new standard. Or, if people just couldn't figure out a way to make line plots fun. Either way, our kids needed something. I am not saying that this idea is the best game on Earth, or even that it is all that much fun. ( I mean, let's be honest, how much fun can you have with a game about line plots?) But this is an activity that worked, it helped the students to apply what they've learned about line plots, and it is simple enough that I could put it in a math station and have the students play independently. In my eyes, that's a win, win, win! It is designed to be a laminated file folder game. Don't you just love those!?! Hop on over to my TpT site and pick yours up today before the school year begins!