To prepare this activity print the answer key/ answer page onto an address label sticker page and the game board on card stock or construction paper. Then, stick the answers onto the clothespins.
Answers could be written or stuck on the back of the game board if self-check is desired.
When you make math games, beginning players could use the questions with answers, then switch to just answers as they memorize problems. Eventually, players will clip the answers to the correct problems/ questions.
You can make these yourself or these example activities are sold for $1 (for two fish shapes studying plurals and this parallelogram, all three) at Currclick.
Proverbs 15:2 "The wise person makes learning a joy...", (NLT)