# Doubling Game (2+2, 3+3, etc.) with Pete the Cat

I made this gameboard to play with ED for math. It is the game “Bump,” for addition.

What you need:

*Game board

*Die with the numbers 1-6

*Two different types of tokens (one type per player)

How to play:

*One play rolls a die (with the numbers 1-6).

*Double that number and cover one of the cats with her token. For example, if she rolls a 4 then she covers an 8.

*Then it’s the next player’s turn.

*If the other player has one token on a cat you can “bump” that token off.  Once a player has two tokens on the cat, she has won that cat and no tokens can be bumped off.

*The object is to have the most cats (covered with two tokens) at the end of the game.

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