How do we make this educational (math specific)? We do the math for adding, finding totals, comparing numbers, double digit, you know--all that good math STUFF kids don't realize they're into when they're playing games. Games are quick and messy. Lots of brains when you're dealing with zombies and hordes or undead players.
Cards range from 0-15. The largest is a horde (you don't want that). You can call bluffs on each other and gamble that you've got the least amount of walkers chasing after you, but if you're wrong you've got to double your score. You can find an Amazon.com link here.
Image from Amazon.com
If a card game doesn't do it for you, grab this free GO AWAY WINTER worksheet below. Addition and subtraction within 12, mainly for my little guys. Or there's also a simple coloring sheet--I mean, who doesn't like a little art therapy. Grab it HERE and grab it from my drive.