Here are a few more math games to add to your home repetoire!
One is a variation of “couvre les doubles” called “Couvre les doubles plus 1“. This game is just like the previous game except this time you cover or ‘bingo dab’ the number after you roll the die, double the number and add one more. For example, if you roll a 3, you would double the number (6) and then add one more to get 7. Try to fill the board or be the first to get 4 in a row (if you are playing with a partner).
For the next game all you need is a 100 grid, a token and a die. You can play by yourself or race against an opponent to be the first one to reach 100. You simply roll the die on your turn and move your token the corresponding number of spaces on the board. Add an element of complexity by keeping track of how many rolls it takes you to reach 100.