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I'm a Teacher always creating a fun and engaging way to teach Math to students and those who struggle with Math. These Games and Worksheets are designed to engage students through fun but also to strengthen skills.

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I'm a Teacher always creating a fun and engaging way to teach Math to students and those who struggle with Math. These Games and Worksheets are designed to engage students through fun but also to strengthen skills.

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Can you do the "DIDIT"? Awesome Grid Puzzles for Addition and Subtraction mastery. Great thinking involved as students try to figure out the number route they need to take in order to succeed. Fantastic for centres and those who love a challenge!!! 20 awesome puzzles include! There are more than one way to solve!

Whatcha Got? Addition and Subtraction is an awesome Mental Math and Math Vocabulary game that sees students start with a number and work their way down ten steps to a final number using addition or subtraction functions with different vocabulary. Student will use and sharpen their mental math skills and their vocabulary knowledge during game play. Words like; deduct, add, enlarge, decrease, plus, increase etc are used. This activity can be timed, but does not need to be. There are 2 games per page with a total of 20 games with an answer key.

Whatcha Got? Ultimate is the combination of all our Whatcha Got? games. An awesome Mental Math and Math Vocabulary game that sees students start with a number and work their way down ten steps to a final number using different functions and using different vocabulary at every step. Student will use and sharpen their mental math skills and their vocabulary knowledge during game play. Words like; split, deduct, enlarge, decrease, add, plus, increase etc re used, as well as 1/4, 1/5,1/3 and 1/2. This activity can be timed, but does not need to be. There are two games per page with a total of 60 games with an answer key.

Find The Answers We Ask For, To The Calculations We Give You, In This Wonderful Take On Word Search Games To Strengthen Math Skills! In an 80 square grid, students will search for answers amongst the calculations given. There are 3 Adding/Subtraction games, 2 Multiplication/Division Games and 3 All Functions Games, 1 Integers Game and 1 Make Your Own Template! Fantastic for Math Centers!
We suggest Laminating and Re-Using the Games.

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MOONS & GOOCHERS!
PLAYERS ROLL BOTH DICE & TRY AND COMPLETE A “MOON” BY USING BOTH DICE TO COMPLETE AN ADDING, SUBTRACTION, MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION ANSWER THAT CAN BE FOUND ON THE BOARD.
IF THEY CAN FIND AN ANSWER FOR ALL FUNCTIONS, THEY HAVE A “MOON” AND 6 POINTS!
EXAMPLE: If you would roll a 2 and a 12, you would be able to cover/strike out:
14 (2+12), 10 (12-2), 24 (2 x 12) , 6 (12 / 2)
PLAYERS GET ONE POINT FOR EVERY FUNCTION THEY CAN FIND AN ANSWER FOR. IF THEY CAN’T GET ANY OF THE ANSWERS, THEY HAVE A “GOOCHER” AND THEIR OPPONENT(S) GETS 3 POINTS.
CAN PLAY UP TO A PRE-DETERMINED SCORE LIKE 20 POINTS. FIRST PLAYER TO 20 WOULD WIN.
**AN ALTERNATIVE IS TO COVER UP THE ANSWERS ON EVERY TURN, MAKING IT HARDER TO COMPLETE A “MOON”, AND “GOOCHERS” WOULD OCCUR MORE OFTEN. POINTS WOULD NOT BE AWARDED AS EASILY.
GAME 9 ALLOWS STUDENTS OR TEACHERS TO FILL IN NUMBERS BETWEEN THE ONES ALREADY GIVEN.
GAME 10 ALLOWS STUDENTS OR TEACHERS TO USE THEIR OWN NUMBERS
MATERIALS NEEDED: TWO DICE. USE DICE THAT WILL ALLOW FOR REACHING NUMBERS ON THE BOARDS. EXAMPLE: 6 SIDED, 10 SIDED, 20 SIDED, 30 SIDED ETC.
BINGO CHIPS (YOUR CHOICE)
*A GREAT IDEA IS TO LAMINATE THE BOARDS AND USE DRY ERASE MARKERS.
10 DIFFERENT BOARDS TO CHOOSE FROM

Mathopoly® Math File Folder Games consists of SIX popular games and 151 pages of learning. Featuring Sum-It, a great way to solidify addition skills all while challenging your partner to the addition summit . Whatcha Got? A great way to learn not only math skills, but also the language of math and for assessment purposes. The Number One- An addicting subtraction game where counting ahead is vital. Connect Four - Use your skills to calculate and connect 4 answers in a row. Fire - The opposite of Whatcha Got , using all four basic math skills to see how far you can get, and The One. These are primarily used at the beginning/end of a lesson or throughout the day as a quick fun math game/assessment.
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Want to learn Fractions in a game setting that engages? Moons n Goocehrs 4 - Fraction Action is now available on TES. Student will use dice to create Fractions, Decimals and Percents in a game environment and try and find them on the game boards provided. Fast paced and awesome.

Moons n Goochers is back with Integer play. Using dice, students will try and create a Moon by using the dice to find integers, positive and negative on the game different game boards available. Engaging with a competitive feel. Awesome.

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Connect Four is a great game, but Mathopoly® Games has taken it to the next level and created a version of connect four where students will need to use all four main math functions to come up with answers that match spots on the game board. The key being that there are certain numbers that students must use with certain math functions. Challenging and Fun!

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Problem Solving Stories is an exercise in knowing what mathematical term to use in the blanks provided to have the story make sense in a Mathematical context. Using words like Sum, Split, Product, Deduct etc. There are also calculations that students must enter from the given word box to have the story make sense.
This is also an exercise in creative writing as every story is followed by a question that students must answer using their creative writing skills.
We have tried these exercises to cross Mathematics into Language Arts classes as I feel it is important to cross subjects from time to time. It gives students a different look at a typical math class and gives those who love Math a different look at Language Arts.
There are 4 Stories included with answer sheets provided.

Mathopoly Games presents the story of Bailey, a quirky boy who loves numbers and is always looking for partners for his numbers. Students will read a story about Bailey and his search for partners for the number 10. Using only addition, students will try and figure out all of the partners for 10, meaning which two numbers always make ten. This is the first story of many about Bailey and his partners.

Moon & Goochers Version Two - Multiples
Moons and Goochers has been a hit with students and we changed it up for version two.
In version two we look at strengthening multiplication skills through rolling a die and trying to cover up spots on the board which are multiples of the number rolled.
Cover up more than 5 multiples and you get a "Moon" which gives you eight points...get no multiples and you have got yourself a "Goocher" which gives your opponent 5 points.
Materials needed are Dice of different number values.
10 different boards to play with, 2 boards allow for you to input your own numbers as you see fit.

SUM-IT is a game for students that focuses on Addition. A fun way to not only practice addition skills, but the skills of looking ahead and trying to think how they might reach the SUM-IT before their opponent does. Students are given a Sum-it number at the summit of the mountain, and a starting number at the bottom of the mountain. Students will take turns calculating and then passing off to their opponent. Using certain rules (Like adding One or Three at a time only, and some levels where double digit adding is required), students must add their way to the sum-it before their partners do. There are 35 different sum-it game levels to try and conquer.

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Baileys Box N Blanks is a great way for students to use prior knowledge and to strengthen math skills for solving multiple function questions. For each section, Students will use two given numbers and will have to choose a combination of Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication or Division to calculate the answer provided. Students will choose a function to place in the boxes provided and the two given numbers in the blanks provided.
There are 3 questions in “Black” in every section and 1 question in “Red” .The Red section is for students to create their own question using the same two numbers. There are over 150 questions to be solved. Numbers being used range from 1-10.
*Teachers may choose to cut out on the blue lines for short individual assessments or a quick brain teaser. There is an answer key attached.
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Whatcha Got? Multiply and Divide is an awesome Mental Math and Math Vocabulary game that sees students start with a number and work their way down ten steps to a final number using multiplication and division and using different vocabulary at every step. Student will use and sharpen their mental math skills and their vocabulary knowledge during game play. Words like; split,times,double, triple etc are used, as well as 1/4, 1/5,1/3 and 1/2. This activity can be timed, but does not need to be. There are 2 games per page with a total of 20 games with an answer key.

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Whatcha Got? Multi Function is an awesome Mental Math and Math Vocabulary game that sees students start with a number and work their way down ten steps to a final number using different functions and using different vocabulary at every step. Student will use and sharpen their mental math skills and their vocabulary knowledge during game play. Words like; split, deduct, enlarge, decrease, add, plus, increase etc re used, as well as 1/4, 1/5,1/3 and 1/2. This activity can be timed, but does not need to be. There are 2 games per page with a total of 20 games with an answer key.

What are Fraction-ed Fables? Simply put, Fraction-ed Fables are Fables that have missing words in them. Those missing words are then figured out by piecing together a combination of words that have been "Fraction-ed". For example the missing word could be "Happy". The clues to solve that word could be : The first 1/2 of Hart + the last 1/2 of Up + the last 2/5 of Poppy.
Booklet has two of Aesop's famous Fables, a Worksheet for each and an Answer sheet for each.

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Factor Extractor is a Dice Game that has players figure out and "extract" the factors that make up the numbers rolled as seen on the game board. Challenging and intense, fun and engaging.
There are seven different game boards to choose from, with an option to fill in your own numbers on one of them.
The more you Extract, the more points you earn.
Dice are needed to play. Bingo chips or something similar is optional.
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Whatcha Got?SHORTZ is an awesome Mental Math and Math Vocabulary game that sees students start with a number and work their way down four steps (Whatcha Got? Original has 10 steps) to a final number using different functions and using different vocabulary at every step. Student will use and sharpen their mental math skills and their vocabulary knowledge during game play. Words like; split, deduct, enlarge, decrease, add, plus, increase etc re used, as well as 1/4, 1/5,1/3 and 1/2. This activity can be timed, but does not need to be. There are 40 games in all, 20 of which are adding/subtraction and 20 of which are Multi-function. Great for Centres and class warm up!!!

Matthew Kandew is on FIRE! (Math You Can Do)
A practice drill sheet which aims at strengthening addition, subtraction, division and multiplication skills.
Each game starts with a given number. Students will then use that number to answer 10 questions in a series. The further along they go, the hotter there score is. The goal of course is to be ON FIRE.
Each sheet/game contains 3 adding, 3 subtraction, 2 division and 2 multiplication questions, in that order.
There are 20 games/sheets in total!
This can be timed of course, and has been in some classes. However, if the goal is to try and eventually get students to reach the last calculation, you may not want to use time.
Although it being timed has shown a definite increase in students skills over time and provides an intensity level that is awesome to witness.
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