I agree that lots of games should be considered math activities and learning opportunities. I've been incorporating games from Ben Orlin's book Math Games with Bad Drawings (ISBN: 978-0-7624-9986-1) on a frequent basis in my classes with good results. Most of the games are easy to understand but the strategy is complex enough to be challenging for anyone.

## People Actually Really Like Mathematics

How do you see the relationship between the necessity that people experience often in games / only occasionally in math and worked examples?

I agree that lots of games should be considered math activities and learning opportunities. I've been incorporating games from Ben Orlin's book Math Games with Bad Drawings (ISBN: 978-0-7624-9986-1) on a frequent basis in my classes with good results. Most of the games are easy to understand but the strategy is complex enough to be challenging for anyone.