Fun Math Games
Your students will be engaged and learn a lot while playing these fun math games! Perfect for class time, guided math, centers and group work.
Estimating sums and differences is a skill I have found students need a lot of opportunities to practice! I love to create engaging activities to help keep my students motivated while they practice! This game is great for students who need extra practice or a review! Grab the game FREE here! Can be used in the classroom or sent home as a remote distance learning activity!
Keep your students engaged while practicing elapsed time word problems! Students can move around the room while solving independently or with partners. Can also be put on google classroom as a remote activity. Elapsed Time Scavenger Hunt TEKS 3.7C, 4.8C , CCSS 3.MDA.1
This rounding to tens product comes with problems, record sheet and suggestions for 2 ways of play. SCOOT games are a fun way to get students moving and working problems with a partner!If you like this resource, check out the others on my page!Rounding to Tens Using Number LinesRounding to Hundreds Using Number LinesRounding to Hundreds Scoot
Awesome no prep, print and go practice pages for your students. There are 38 practice pages plus full answer keys.Includes ~9 pages Multiplication Practice Pages for x2 through x10~9 Pages Division Practice Pages for 2 through 10~9 Pages Multiplication and Division Pages for x2, 2 through x10, 10~9 Pages Equation Searches for x2, 2 through x10, 10~2 Pages Mixed Practice~Complete answer keysThis resource is part of my Multiplication & Division Bundle:Multiplication and Division BundleThi...
Want a FUN activity to get your students motivated to solve fraction and decimal math problems? These two games are PERFECT for you! Two levels ... Level one is fractions less then one whole and level two is fractions greater than one whole. Great for guided math, math workshop, centers, independent learning, early finishers and as a math review for test prep!
This fun card game is perfect for workstations, table groups, small groups, early finishers or test review. Students take turns flipping cards over from the deck and looking for matches to cards face up on the table. The students are looking for 2 and 3 digit numbers that have a matching algorithm card and partial sums card.