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Math Games

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Spider Roll and Cover Math Game

Try this fun spider roll and cover math game for a fun way to learn numbers, counting, subtilizing and addition. It's perfect for spider math centers!

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Make Ten Roll & Cover

Practice finding pairs to make ten! Students can practice making ten independently, with a partner, or in small group math centers. Either roll a ten-sided dice, spin the included spinner, or pull number cards. Whatever number you pick, dot, color, or put a game piece over the number that matches to...

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Knockout- A Fun Addition Game to Learn the Facts!

Do your kids dread practicing their addition facts? Try Knockout! A fun addition game to help your child learn the facts without tears.

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No Prep Subtraction Games: Roll & Cover - This Reading Mama

These NO PREP Subtraction Games are a fun way to get kids practicing their subtraction math facts! This is the second pack in our No Prep Math Games Series. Be sure to check out our no prep addition games. Find ideas on how to use these games at my No Prep Math Games page. If you’re ... Read More about No Prep Subtraction Games: Roll & Cover

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FREE Multiplication Checkers Printable Math Game

Practice multplying from 0s-15s with this FUN, free printable Multiplication Checkers math game for 3rd-6th graders.

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SIMPLE MATH GAMES TO PLAY TOGETHER

Simple Maths Games To Play Together - grab these FREE printable games to play at school or at home to improve young children's maths skills | you clever monkey

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Roll to 100 Math Games!

There are so many fun games that can be played with a 100 Chart! One of my favorites is Roll to 100. This is a game that I created as a low-prep, fun, place value center for my second graders…and they loved it! I have also used this game with first graders to practice identifying […]

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Multiplication Games

These free multiplication games are designed to offer multiplication fact practice in a fun and engaging format!

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Subitizing Fun

Have fun learning to subitize dot patterns to ten with our fast-to-prep, engaging math game. This printable card game is ideal for small group math rotations or center work. Students will play with a partner or small group to match numerals to the dots of their board, aiming for 5 in a row. What is subitizing When students can subitize, they are able to tell the number of objects in a set, instantly - they don't need to count each item. Most commonly, you can teach students to subitize with dots, ten frames and fingers. Subitizing Patterns - Standard and Non-Standard 'Standard' dot patter arrangements are those common patterns you see on dice, dominoes and math equipment. Learning to subitize non-standard arrangements is important too and will require your students being able to visualize the common or standard patterns and manipulating them in their mind. Work with the standard patterns first. Playing board games is often a child's first experience with dot patterns, those on a dice. Play lots of games and specially-made learning games, like this one of ours - 5 in a Row! Extend your learners - conceptual subitizing When your students are confident with the patterns of a particular activity (perceptual subitizing) we encourage you to teach conceptual subitizing. This is where 2 patterns are shown to a student and they can combine them (add them) instantly to know the total. Think of throwing a double 6 in a board game. They would know instantly that this is 12 if they are able to conceptually subitize. To encourage this in 5 in a Row, ask them to flip 2 cards, and find the total before covering the 2 numbers. They may need to count the total the first few times they play, but with repetition they will know the total of 2 cards, instantly. Play it over and over to give them this opportunity to develop. Our game 5 in a Row will help teach subitizing to ten with standard patterns. It is a perfect place to start your learners! Non-standard dot pattern arrangements We've also prepared something extra for you to extend your fastest learners - and it is FREE today! Roll and Cover is so easy to prep (just print the page). It will help teach subitizing of non-standard patterns for 1 to 6. Students roll a standard 6 sided die and place a counter over a matching number (non standard pattern). Playing this will help them bridge the gap between standard and non-standard patterns. Find the file in Google Drive: Roll and Cover We love making engaging teaching resources that hit the mark on skills and concepts and are so glad you visited us. While you're here, consider signing up to our newsletter. We love sending out freebies like this one every other week as part of our Pond Update. We tell you about new products for sale too, but there is always loads of free content! We'd certainly love to have you in our community.

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