Who’s Counting: Teacher Tools

Players of all ages and abilities can enjoy Who’s Counting together- thanks to Who’s Counting’s unique combination of equation-making and strategy, not even the resident math whiz has an advantage. Teachers (and students… and parents!) love the game because they can tailor the playing card combinations to fit a wide range of lessons and ability levels by adding or removing operators from the deck.

On its own, Who’s Counting isn’t just entertaining and great fun, it’s a valuable learning tool that aligns with the Common Core State Standards. Paired with some of our free classroom (and at-home) tips and tricks, you can turn this crazy-fun card game into an even more powerful learning aid. Check out the links below to get started!

Remember, we’ll be adding more free learning tools on a regular basis, so don’t forget to check back.

Getting Started

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Who’s Counting QuickStart Instructions

Who’s Counting Instructions: French

Who’s Counting FAQ


Educator Information

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Who’s Counting and the Common Core Standards

Who’s Counting More Information


Helpful Tips, Tricks, and Downloads

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Who’s Counting: Instructions

Who’s Counting: Score Sheet
(Tip: Be sure to select “Auto-Rotate and Center” when printing!)

Who’s Counting: What’s in a Deck!?

Who’s Counting: Building 2 Decks out of 1


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