Hello all!

I’d like to share another strategic game from BEAM called Cross Over.

Players start on opposite sides of the hexagonal game board and roll a regular 6-sided die, then choose whether to add the number shown or to subtract it, moving only to touching spaces.

The goal of the game is to land on the opposing player’s start space.

As the days become warmer and drier here I am imagining a version of this game played outside on an interlocking brick driveway or a drawn with … you guessed it… sidewalk chalk. :o) But perhaps that’s a bit ambitious.

Regardless of how you choose to play, students working on mastering addition and subtraction will enjoy Cross Over, and the combination of strategy and luck will ensure that even older children and parents will find the game accessible and fun.

Enjoy!

Carole

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thanks for the great game!! happy new year!

I wonder if it is possible to create a board where all internal cells have neighbours for all 6 options? For example, the 7 just above the center of the board doesn’t have a 3 move.