Duck® Tape Math Game
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Duck® Tape Math Game

This game is perfect for students to sharpen their math skills. You can place Duck® Tape directly on carpet or on foam board. The game will be played by having a child toss a bean bag on to a number on the floor or board. Using addition, subtraction or multiplication have the child figure out the answer using the two numbers.
Craft Time: 30-60 minutes
Uses Recycled Items: No
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Material List

  • Duck Tape® Roll- Yellow Sunburst and Cha Cha Cherry
  • Duck Tape® Sheets- Cherry Red and Yellow Sunburst
  • Foam Board- White (Optional)
  • Beans or Rice
  • Scissors
  • Ruler
  • Die Cut Machine or Cricut®

Project Instructions

Use a Cricut®, or other die cut machine, to cut out two sets of numbers (1-10) from Duck Tape® sheets. One set of numbers should be about 2" and the other 3". Set aside.

Use Duck Tape® to make two columns and five rows on the floor (or foam board). Step 3 Take the 3" numbers from Step 1 and attach in the rows.

Make Duck Tape® bean bags sticking by laying tape side by side overlapping about 1/8" to create a sheet, sticky-side up. Cover the sticky-side with another layer of Duck Tape® to create a non-sticky layer of tape. Cut 10 squares to desired size for bean bag.

Lay two squares on top of each other and tape around three sides to create a pouch. Insert beans (or rice) and tape off fourth side. Repeat to create all five bean bags. Step 6 Add numbers on each side of the bean bag. For example 1 and 5 on a bean bag, another 2 and 6 and so on.