Are you a math teacher looking for some fun new ways to motivate your math students. Classroom math games make your job a lot easier and your students will really appreciate them too!
You'll find games and activities for kindergarten, elementary, and middle school. Just scroll down page to find the level you need. Need a math game for certain math skill?...just let us know.
Four Dice Subtraction: Grab your dice, print the math gameboard and off you go!
Subtraction Checkers: Fun way to practice subtraction facts. Print checkerboard and off you go!
Eggs Act Sum: Addition facts through 6 + 6. How many youngsters do you know who would not welcome a game with dice, an egg carton, and jelly beans? They will love practicing their addition facts while they try to be the first player to fill their egg carton with jelly beans!
Adder Ladders: This game will help kids build skill adding and subtracting 2 and 3-digit numbers. All you need is to do is print off the game cards and you're ready to play. Be the first player to correctly complete the game card.
Rollin' With The Facts: Multiplication facts game up to 12 x 12. Two sets of dice, print the game cards, and you're Ready to Roll! See who can be first to flip over all of their cards!
Monkeying Around With Multiplication: This is a fun math game good for classroom that helps kids improve Multiplication of 2 and 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers. Be the first player to reach the finish line by recognizing correct and incorrect
Fraction Fiasco: Your students are going to love adding and subtracting fractions with the new Fraction Fiasco printable fraction board game!
Around The World: This is a fun game that uses flash cards to help develop recall in math facts.
Math Bulletin Board Ideas: Check out some of these great math bulletin board activities by teachers.
Pi Day Math: Pi Day is March 14th. 03-14-14... Visit this page to get some ideas for activities revolving around pi to do with your class.
Math File Folder Games: File folder games are great math activities to have on hand that will engage your students as they learn math. Not difficult to make and can use them over and over again.
Math Baseball: Whether you're teaching multiplication tables or linear equations in your class, math baseball is a fun way to practice the skills. Most middle schoolers like the idea of being part of a team. This math activity will divide the class into two teams and lets everyone get involved.
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Fun and Free Classroom Math Games that Build Your Student's Math Skills
I use "Hollywood Squares" (like the tv game show) to review for each chapter in my math book and the kids love it. I pick 9 students who are sitting in …
Kids love to play games and this makes learning math fun for them. Classroom math games are a great learning tool every teacher needs to have!
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