Multiplication Games Math Games for Multiplication FactsQuick View

Multiplication Games Math Games for Multiplication Facts

Multiplication Games Math Games for Multiplication Facts. These are GREAT multiplication games to reinforce basic multiplication facts within 100. In this math multiplication game students/child will have fun practicing their math skills in a very interactive way. These Multiplication Games Math for Multiplication Facts include: #1 - I Have, Who Has? Multiplication Game -directions (This multiplication game contains full easy to read instructions and is a perfect addition to your maths stations or center). -36 game cards -Just print the directions and game cards, laminate (if desired for longer use in the classroom or at home), and they are ready to play. -There are a many ways that this multiplication game can be played in terms of small group, partner work or as a whole class (depending on class size) but every game will follow the same sequence, so you'll know if they are getting it correct. #2 - Spiral Multiplication #3 - Halloween Multiplication #4 - Four in a Row #5 - Rolling Dice for Multiplication #6 - Going to Town! #7 - Zero! #8 - Gotcha! #9 - Race to 500! I hope your students/child enjoy these multiplication games! Thanks for taking the time to stop by my store! Ms. Blajic Follow Little Tots Learning
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Math Centers | Math Games | Math ActivitiesQuick View

Math Centers | Math Games | Math Activities

Math Centers | Math Games | Math Activities. Tons of highly ENGAGING story-problem mats, puzzles, and board and card games. Independent practice for individuals, partners, and small groups.\ This Math Centers | Math Games | Math Activities include: Introduction Multiplication Centers -Story Problem Cards and Mats -Multiplication Puzzles -Times Track Board Game -Monkey Multiplication Board Game -Multiplication Concentration Card Game -Fact Family Rummy Card Game Division Centers -Story Problem Cards and Mats -Dinosaur Division Board Game Who’s Missing? -Board Game Division Swat! Card Game Divide and Go Fish Card Game -Division Puzzles -Division Triominoes Fraction Centers -Take the Cake Board Game -Super Shopper Board Game -Measuring Concentration Card Game -Fraction War Card Game -Fraction Boxes Card -Fraction Bingo Game -Pizza Party Card Game -Fraction Pie Board Game ***Please see the thumbnails and preview for this resource before purchasing this product.*** @Little Tots Learning This is intended for use by one teacher in one classroom. It is not to be redistributed to an entire school or district. It may not be redistributed or sold online. Enjoy! Thanks for taking the time to stop by my store! Ms. Blajic Follow Little Tots Learning
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Playing Cards and Math GamesQuick View

Playing Cards and Math Games

The playing cards in this product have four suits: apples, hearts, suns, and stars. There are cards from 1-10 in each suit. These cards can be used with any game of your choice! Following the cards, I have provided a few math game ideas. I've included these game ideas: Do you Have? (number recognition), Number Slap It (number recognition), Number War (greater than/less than), Single-Digit Subtraction, Double Digit Subtraction.
Rebecca-Reid
(Online) Mental Math GameQuick View

(Online) Mental Math Game

This game is for ANYONE who wants to improve their mental math, concentration and listening skills. It's an auditory math game rather than a visual one, meaning you have to listen to the numbers rather than see them. This is useful because it's making you do mental math and not have the computer "write" it for you. The numbers you use is customizable, so you can do addition/multiplication/subtraction/division problems in the 1-10s or problems in the thousands. To use this resource, just go on the website and play! Please use Google Chrome, as the website does not yet support other browsers yet. Link: http://uspress.avenues.org/sp15webdesign/edwin-shen/mental_math_1.4523/
edshen17
Pirate Math Card GameQuick View

Pirate Math Card Game

This easy printable card game helps students quickly add to 10 and memorize basic addition facts. Played as a game, this incorporates multiple learning styles and is an easy filler for substitute teaching or short lesson plans. Adorable Pirate theme - the cards are all either a jewel or a coin, so collecting the treasure is that much more fun! Gameplay instructions included, including a solitaire version for early finishers or homeschool students. Multiple number formats include numerals, tallies, ten frame and clusters. This allows for differentiated classroom use! Teach number recognition or addition. Great math center activity, and can be played with one or more players. With many players, I suggest printing more decks. Collect pairs to win! Wonderful way to memorize addition families. Printable | Game | Math | Addition | Number Families If you have any questions about this product, please contact me. Thank you so much for your purchase! Look for my other classroom printables, and please return to leave some feedback! ______________________________________________________ Copyright © Nicole Rethmeier 2017 All rights reserved by the author. This product is for your own classroom or homeschooling use only-NOT for commercial resale.
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Reciprocals of Fractions – Math PuzzleQuick View

Reciprocals of Fractions – Math Puzzle

Reciprocals of Fractions – Math Puzzle Match fractions with their reciprocals. I’ve included three different sizes of the same puzzle. The smaller size is only three pages and it is great if you are going to print of individual copies for students to practice with in class or at home. The larger size requires 6 pieces of paper and quite a bit of space to solve – fun for centers and group work. The extra-large size requires 18 pieces of paper. Cut out the puzzle pieces (or even better if your students do it themselves) and students are to solve the puzzle so that it matches the solution provided. I’ve been using these puzzles for years with great success! I recommend printing the puzzles on colourful paper and laminating them. This way you only have to cut them out once and they will last for years! What is included in this product? • The solution to the puzzle – Pages 3 • The normal size puzzle – Pages 4 – 6 • The large size puzzle – Pages 7 – 12 • The extra-large size puzzle – Pages 13-30 • Questions and Answers in a table format for easy grading or you can cut these out to play a matching game – Pages 31 – 33 My students love doing these types of puzzles. This product can also be used as a perfect revision of the school work to do at home. All answers can be easily checked thanks to the included solution to the puzzle or questions and answers shown in a table. Thank you for checking my resources.
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Menu Math Game & Word ProblemsQuick View

Menu Math Game & Word Problems

A delicious way to improve functional math skills! Students will travel the board visiting up to six different restaurants, placing orders, sticking to a budget, using money, making change, and much more! Contents Include: - Gameboard (Black & white and measures 8.5x11" for easy printing!) - 6 Menus - Instructions - Spinner & Pawns - Money (Black & white for easy printing if you don't already have play money.) - 18-Page Extended Activities Activities: The included activities are great to use for review of the concepts in the game! Students answer comprehension questions and solve word problems based on the six menus used in the game. Also includes step-by-step instructions for adding and subtracting money. Plus a receipt template and answer key are included. 6 Menus: - Italian Food - Breakfast Diner - Chinese Food - Mexican Food - Seafood - Country Diner
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Super Power Thinking Math GamesQuick View

Super Power Thinking Math Games

Get your Super Power Thinking on with these fun game boards. Students use their super power thinking (mental math and number sense strategies) on these game boards. No paper or pencils allowed!! Here's an example of one of the game boards: Players roll two dice and add them for a sum. Then they add 10 more to the sum and subtract 1. For example: If a player rolls a 3 and 5, they add for a sum of 8. Then they add 10 more for a sum of 18, and subtract 1 for a difference of 17. The player covers number 17 on the game board. The player to get 4 numbers in a row on the game board is the winner. Players also need to use some strategy and block their opponent from getting their 4 in a row. These game boards are loaded with excitement and fun! And every game board is different! If your students need to improve their mental math skills and their number sense, these are the game boards for you! There are 12 different game boards to get your Super Power Thinking on. All game boards use addition and subtraction skills. There are 2 game boards that use multiplication facts. There is enough variety in all these games to reach all learners in the classroom. This pack is ideal for 1st-3rd grade. I think 4th and 5th graders could benefit as well, especially those students that need a boost in mental math and number sense.
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First Grade Math Games and ActivitiesQuick View

First Grade Math Games and Activities

This file includes Math Activities correlated to these 1st Grade (United States) Common Core Standards: 1.OA5, 1.OA6, 1.OA7 and 1.OA8. These standards cover add & subtract within 20, making ten, fact families, equal, true and false equations, and determine the unknown number in an equation. There are 12 Center Cards which explain the Math Activities. There are 4 different Work Mats that go with various Activities. There are 6 different game boards for 5 in a Row. There are 7 pages of number cards (with dots on them to count if needed). There are 7 pages of equations for various activities. Thanks for looking!
sdhteacher
Math: Addition Doubles Games & ActivitiesQuick View

Math: Addition Doubles Games & Activities

Here's a fun way to teach and reinforce Addition Doubles (1+1, 2+2, 3+3...12+12)! The games are great for center activities. I also like to send home the black-line copies of games for families to play together. Makes homework fun and encourages family time. What's Included: - Memorable Doubles Baby Rap/Song (fun way to learn doubles addition facts through 12's) - Flash Cards (color and black-line) - Doubles Memory Card Game (color & black-line) - Spin & Graph a Double (4 version) - Doubles Go Fish Game (color & black-line)
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Fourth Grade Math Games and Center ActivitiesQuick View

Fourth Grade Math Games and Center Activities

Card game with rhyming word problems (24 cards with answers). Plus… 76 MORE Task Cards – CCSS Aligned to 4.NBT.1; 4.NBT.2; 4.AO.1-4 Page 4: Game 1 – The Greatest Products Game Rules Page 5‐14: Game 1: The Greatest Products Game Number Cards Page 15: Game 2: Do the Division Shuffle Rules Page 16: Division Shuffle Template Page 17‐36: Division Shuffle Game Cards (72 number cards) Page 37: Game 3: Bizz Buzz Rules Page 38: Game 4: Equation Race Page 39‐50: Equation Race Equation Cards (46 cards) Page 51‐52: Equation Race Blank Cards for your own equations Page 53: Game 5: Let it Roll Page 54: Let it Roll Game Sheet
elizabethpinotti
Kindergarten Digital Math Game - Common Core AlignedQuick View

Kindergarten Digital Math Game - Common Core Aligned

Kindergarten Digital Math Game - Common Core Aligned. This Kindergarten Digital Math Game is GREAT for teaching kindergarten common core math standards.They'll have such a blast, they won't even realize they're learning! Games like this one help kindergarten students understand why math is so important for their daily life. This Kindergarten Digital Math Game will help kindergartners prepare for their lessons in school or home. This Kindergarten Digital Math Game includes: - 57 digital slide presentations for kindergarten math Directions: A teacher or adult should be present while the child is playing this game. First, your kindergarten student or child will type their name on the first slide. Second, they will answer the math questions on each slide. They directly tap on the answer. You will directly be able to see if the student or child gets the answers correctly or incorrectly. This will give you an indication if you need to revisit or reteach that math concept. This Kindergarten Digital Math Game would be a GREAT assessment tool for your Kindergarten Math curriculum. ***Please see the thumbnails and preview for this resource before purchasing this product.*** @Little Tots Learning This is intended for use by one teacher in one classroom. It is not to be redistributed to an entire school or district. It may not be redistributed or sold online. Enjoy! Thanks for taking the time to stop by my store! Ms. Blajic Follow Little Tots Learning
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Super Power Thinking Math Games_Super KidsQuick View

Super Power Thinking Math Games_Super Kids

Get your Super Power Thinking on with these fun game boards. Students use their super power thinking (mental math and number sense strategies) on these game boards. No paper or pencils allowed!! Here's an example of one of the game boards: Players roll two dice and add them for a sum. Then they add 10 more to the sum and subtract 1. For example: If a player rolls a 3 and 5, they add for a sum of 8. Then they add 10 more for a sum of 18, and subtract 1 for a difference of 17. The player covers number 17 on the game board. The player to get 4 numbers in a row on the game board is the winner. Players also need to use some strategy and block their opponent from getting their 4 in a row. These game boards are loaded with excitement and fun! If your students need to improve their mental math skills and their number sense, these are the game boards for you! There are 12 different game boards to get your Super Power Thinking on! All game boards use addition and subtraction skills. There are 2 game boards that use multiplication facts. There is enough variety in all these games to reach all learners in the classroom. This pack is ideal for 1st-3rd grade. I think 4th and 5th graders could benefit as well, especially those students that need a boost in mental math and number sense!
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Math Matters: Misc. MathQuick View

Math Matters: Misc. Math

I divide my class into teams of 3 or 4. After determining which team will go first, we begin the game. This is an editable power point so you can make different versions of the game with harder or easier questions. In this game you will have to forward each slide manually. Teams are given 2 seconds to read the problem and 15 seconds to answer. I sometimes use buzzers where a representative of each group sits in a special section. They must buzz in for their team to get a chance to answer. There are many ways to use this game…I’m sure you will come up with your own version.
khenry2001
Winter Games: Tiered Literacy and Math ActivitiesQuick View

Winter Games: Tiered Literacy and Math Activities

Develop student math and literacy skills through the winter games package of materials! The “Winter Games Literacy and Math Activities” can be completed by the entire class, by small groups of students, or it can be completed as an independent study by students who need to be challenged. The Winter Games package can be completed by the entire class, by small groups of students, or it can be completed as an independent study by students who need to be challenged. There are four parts to the unit. Choose the sections that meet the needs of your students. Part One The activities in part one include a scavenger hunt, a newsletter, and a set of mini-books. These activities are intended to activate and/or build background knowledge about the topic. The scavenger hunt can be completed online or by using books found in the classroom or library. Part Two Students use the information gained from part one, along with other knowledge and experiences about the topic, to develop various math and literacy skills. Answer keys are provided. Part Three Part three of the unit includes a series of activities that are designed for students to apply their knowledge and make personal connections with the topic. Part Four Depending on the purpose of the activities, a series of formative assessments are included for use by students and teachers. Included in this unit: Teacher Notes Scavenger Hunt Winter Games Newsletter Winter Games Mini-Books Sports of the Winter Games Speed Skating Skiers Hockey Bobsled Snowboarding Comprehension Questions Newsletter Mini-Books Vocabulary Activity Cloze Activities Newsletter Mini-Books Graphing Activities Tiered Problem Solving Booklets Addition and Subtraction to 10 Addition and Subtraction to 20 Addition and Subtraction to 100 (without regrouping) Addition and Subtraction to 100 (with regrouping) Math Fluency Activity Sheets Design a New Winter Sport Activity Writing Activities Problem Solving Checklist Bookmarks Writing Checklist Bookmarks Self-Assessments Exit Cards Product Acknowledgements © 2014 Regier Educational Resources
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Marty's Baseball Museum- Addition Edition-  Interactive Math GamesQuick View

Marty's Baseball Museum- Addition Edition- Interactive Math Games

Marty’s Baseball Museum is an interactive game to help students practice addition facts and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. Linked to Common Core Mathematics. Students also learn about America’s Greatest Past time, Baseball in the process. Students travel through three scenes in the museum and click on different objects/ people to get addition facts to practice. When they get it correct, they learn an interesting fact about baseball. Also, Marty has lost the MVP trophies throughout the museum that give students a second turn! This will gives your students ample opportunities to practice their addition skills. This game can be projected for a whole group to play or played on a tablet for individual or small group work. It is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom.Also great for differentiation of instruction! This set is dedicated to my dad, Marty and his love of baseball and is being released on the Red Sox’ Opening Day 2017!
cathyscoolcreations
Marty's Baseball Museum- Subtraction Edition- Interactive Math GamesQuick View

Marty's Baseball Museum- Subtraction Edition- Interactive Math Games

Marty’s Baseball Museum is an interactive game to help students practice subtraction facts and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. Linked to Common Core Mathematics. Students also learn about America’s Greatest Past time, Baseball in the process. Students travel through three scenes in the museum and click on different objects/ people to get subtraction facts to practice. When they get it correct, they learn an interesting fact about baseball. Also, Marty has lost the MVP trophies throughout the museum that give students a second turn! This will gives your students ample opportunities to practice their subtraction skills. This game can be projected for a whole group to play or played on a tablet for individual or small group work. It is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom.Also great for differentiation of instruction! This set is dedicated to my dad, Marty and his love of baseball and is being released on the Red Sox’ Opening Day 2017!
cathyscoolcreations
Marty's Baseball Museum- Division Edition- Interactive Math GameQuick View

Marty's Baseball Museum- Division Edition- Interactive Math Game

Marty’s Baseball Museum is an interactive game to help students practice division facts and provide teachers an opportunity to assess students in the process. Linked to Common Core Mathematics. Students also learn about America’s Greatest Past time, Baseball in the process. Students travel through three scenes in the museum and click on different objects/ people to get division facts to practice. When they get it correct, they learn an interesting fact about baseball. Also, Marty has lost the MVP trophies throughout the museum that give students a second turn! Currently there is one version of the game, but the plan is to add two different versions with new baseball facts to the set. This will gives your students ample opportunities to practice their division. This game can be projected for a whole group to play or played on a tablet for individual or small group work. It is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom. Also great for differentiation of instruction! This set is dedicated to my dad, Marty and his love of baseball and is being released on the Red Sox’ Opening Day 2017!
cathyscoolcreations
What's my Pattern? Numerical Pattern Math Station Activity/GameQuick View

What's my Pattern? Numerical Pattern Math Station Activity/Game

Students practice identifying patterns which use addition, subtraction, multiplication and division (and combinations of these operations) by playing this fun, interactive game. Teachers can use this game as a whole group activity or let students play in small groups after modeling the game. Student recording sheet, key, and directions sheet included.
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MATH NUMBERS 0-31 GAME - I HAVE, WHO HAS?Quick View

MATH NUMBERS 0-31 GAME - I HAVE, WHO HAS?

PERFECT FOR DEVELOPING COUNTING SKILLS AND PRACTICING NUMBERS 0-31! I HAVE, WHO HAS? is a lively whole-group communicative activity, perfect for practicing numbers 0-31. The repetitive nature of the questions and answers really do help children to develop their counting skills. The game has a multi-skill focus: speaking, listening and reading, and some engagement with basic writing and spelling numbers. The aim of the game is to create a human number chain as quickly as possible. The game works best against a timer, regularly over a longer-term series of lessons, and several times in a single lesson – can students beat their own time record? Students can also apply their knowledge of numbers in a very practical way, practice their number spelling, and put their artistic talents to good use at the same time, by creating their own set of question cards on the quiz card template. Do some high-speed counting warm-up activities, forwards and backwards, to get everyone ready to play! The resource consists of a single, non-editable pdf file, please read the TERMS OF USE carefully – the resource is free to download, but is copyright , and for single-teacher/downloader use only. THANKS AND ENJOY!
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