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.
"New" 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.
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
"New" 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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314 and Out
This is great for pi day, March 14th. It is a simple game where two teams try to be as close to 314 but not over it. To play, students take turns rolling …
Recognising Tens and Ones
Clap and Flip Game
The teacher will explain to the children that she will clap her hands and flip her fingers for a particular number. The flips are for tens and claps are …
Mean, Median, Mode and Range
The kids love playing this and even ask if they can play "that Poker" game. Take index cards and cut into small rectangles. Write a number between …
How Much Money
Are You Gonna Recieve?
Put the coins onto table. You can place them into separate piles if you like. For example, put all the pennies together, all the nickels together, …
Hollywood Squares Math Game
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 …
Human Math Tic-Tac-Toe
I teach special education at a junior high. Math Tic Tac Toe is easily adaptable to any age and ability level since the teacher chooses the questions. …
Algebra Math Game: Solve and Settle
I created an Algebra card game that plays somewhat similar to the game Sequence. Students take the role of explorers trying to settle a new land. Players …
‘Number Family’--finding two numbers that make a given number.
If we want to find the family of 4--- Teacher will have any small objects that have two sides for e.g: cold drink bottle tops, corks, pistachio shells, …
I normally teach my younger siblings. Sometimes we play games. Here's their fave. The teacher starts by saying a math problem, such as 12x3. The kids …
Undercover Math Review Game
Can use the math game in class for any grade level . I have a board with 12 squares. Under the squares there is a picture. There are 2 or 3 teams. …
Roll a Category - Math Game Not rated yet
Grade: Any grade Subject: Any subject Objective: Be the team to earn the most points. Pre-made Materials: one die 50 questions …
Battleship Not rated yet
I love to use this as a reinforcement activity with any subject. Math works very well. To begin, I draw an equal amount of ships on the chalkboard (usually …
Math Facts in a Line Not rated yet
I have the students get into one line. If we are practicing multiplication facts, I have the first student say a number from 1 to 12. The second student …
Fast Pick! Card Math Game Not rated yet
Objective: Students can understand the English word problems and answer the question with addition or subtraction. Materials needed: Cards written …
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!
Jul 09, 19 05:36 PM
Pick a number between 1 and 10. Then multiply by 9. Now you should have a two digit number. Now add those two digits. Whatever number you have subtract
Jul 09, 19 04:30 PM
1.Get a calculator.(you won’t be able to do this one in your head) 2. Key in the first three digits of your phone number (Not the area code) 3. Multiply
Jul 09, 19 04:22 PM
1. Choose a number that has 2 digits. 2. Add the 2 digits together. 3. Subtract that number by the original number. 4. Now, add the 2 digits together(the
Jul 09, 19 04:18 PM
Step 1) Think of any number Step 2) Multiply by 2 Step 3) Add 50 Step 4) Divide by 2 Step 5) Subtract your original number from the number you just got
Jul 09, 19 04:13 PM
1) Have somebody pick a number (any number will work, but it is much easier for them to do the math if they pick a smaller number). They need to remember