The 2016 game of the year was Codenames, but for Christmas my wife and I were given Codenames Pictures, which is an equally awesome game. The basic gameplay is that you have a partner or a group where one person gives a one word clue and a number which correlates to how many it is suppose to cover, the first one to get them all wins. There are neutral ones and one is an assassin which ends the game.
My thought: How cool would this be if you did this with numbers.
If I made board pieces that had a bunch of different numbers, students would use one word such as: even, odd, cubic, etc... this game would help build number sense. Since you could play it with groups of 4 it would be a great station activity.
More to come with actual student gameplay.