In special education, I always had my kids playing yahtzee or uno (for the lower ability ones). Over the years I also had Racko (number ordering/strategy/problem solving) and some pizza (different toppings/identifying 1/3, 1/4, delivery etc) inspired fraction games. I also taught them to play solitaire, go fish, and 21 with a pack of cards.
There's also a Who am I? game. There are say thirty little people that pop up..some old/young, male/female, blue/red bow, fat/thin, striped/solid shirt. One player states by asking a yes/no question - Is it a male? No. So you would put all the male pictures down. Then it's the person's turn to ask a question.
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Hopscotch? They have to call out the number when they land on it?
War - the card game. They have to call out the number when they see the card.
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