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Fun addition card game from Guided Math! Kids line up cards in four rows of five. Then, they flip two cards over. If the sum of the two cards equals 10, they keep the cards and replace the cards with two more from the deck. The game ends when there are no more matches left. A match includes 6 and 4, 7 and 3, 8 and 2, 5 and 5. Whoever has the most cards wins the game! Note: You can change the game and have kids flip ______. Give them a different sum each time they play. For example Flip 5…

This simple math game with Uno cards can be used to help children revise number facts and times tables, and to practise writing mathematical equations.

Math for kids and their teachers. Interactive math lessons, activities, math games, and free math worksheets for kindergarten through middle school students.

Anyone else singing the song when they read that title? Ok, good! :) The other day at Staple's I found this play money and coins in their dollar section. Add to that I was using the "everything in this bag is 15% off" deal and I was super excited! I bought a few packs of each. Today I felt inspired to create some money themed games for my kiddos. I don't currently have any money games out in my math games except for a set of flashcards. I decided to use one set of the coins to make a kaboom…

Hi everyone! Do you ever have days if you wonder if your kiddos are ever going to master their basic math facts? It is a struggle for some of my kiddos. We do have great software and internet resources for practice, but if your class is like mine you probably don't have a computer for each student. Well, I took a course on ways to have my students master their facts and this game idea was introduced to me and it is so very inexpensive to make. Materials: Number cubes (dice) Mini playing…

Have you and your children been struggling to learn the math facts? The game of Math Card War is worth more than a thousand math drill worksheets, letting you build your children’s calculatin…

A Fun {and Easy} Math Game 25 comments math, math games, Popular Posts Today I am super excited to share one of my favorite partner math games with you! It's an oldie, but goodie. You know, one of those ideas that's passed on from teacher to teacher over the years (which is how I learned about it). It's called Walk the Plank. This game is super easy to set up and the kids love, love, love it! It is a great way to help students reinforce and practice their addition facts. And, it gives them…

Adding 3 numbers is one of my favorite first grade math concepts. It's one of those things that students look at and say, "Woahh, that's har...

My Math Games Posts Part 1 and Part 2 are some of my most visited posts on my blog. I love math games! My kiddos last year loved them too! They begged to do Math Games! I knew that I would need to reorganize my games for the new school year. It was one of those items on my to do list that was important but not quite as important as making name tags and planning for the first week. So it got pushed back until after school started. One afternoon I went through my cart and pulled out the games…

The kids will flip over these new math cards. Literally! Yes these are self correcting cards that have them flip the card over to check thei...

Tweet I work with kids from kindergarten right up through grade 6 and there is one activity that I do with kids in all grades. It is simple, fast and very effective. It is a simple dice game where kids are rolling and adding or rolling and subtracting. There is not record sheets to copy or materials to prep and the kids love it. If you want kids to keep a record of their rolls, it is quick and easy to have them make their own record sheet. Let me take you from K up through the grades to see…

My third grade mathematicians have just finished up chapter one of GoMath which covers number sense. I felt very comfortable with their end of the unit assessment but want them to continue to practice mental math daily. I have added this gem into my math game choice station. I copied this on card stock and put it in a sheet protector. Students use a die to roll a number. They double the number, add one, then mark it off on their sheet. Enjoy!

As promised on my previous post, I've got some math goodies to share with you! Yes, I know, I should be posting all of my cutesy fall crafts, but I honestly haven't gotten to do ANY yet! Unbelievable, I know! But, I have one fun week ahead of me--bats, pumpkins, spiders, candy corn, and leaves galore! Until we get to all that excitement, here are some math goodies. For the last few years, I've really wanted to teach math small groups, but I just haven't been able to manage it--or maybe I…

Use empty soda bottles to create a fun bowling set that helps your first grader practice addition skills!

My cute, little chimichangas LOVE to play Bingo together. Here's one that can be used to practice addition facts ~ doubles +1 to +12. W...

After teaching Farkle to my summer school students, I created these printables to support their understanding of the game. **New: I added 4 additional pages for an alternate scoring option!** Color and black and white versions are included. Enjoy! ...