# Math games

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It is Teresa here from Fun Games 4 Learning. I'm excited to be back here blogging on Who's Who and Who's New! Many of you will be winding down with the end of the school year and today I have some games that could be perfect for this time of year! Did you know that a simple deck of playing cards can be a fantastic math resource? There are loads of math games that can be played with an inexpensive deck of cards. These games will get students adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing and comparing numbers and even fractions. One of the best things about math card games is that children see them as a game and don’t consider themselves to be ‘doing math’ while they play. Here are three of my favorite games below. Each game is played with the picture cards removed and Aces are valued at 1. Race to 27 This game has players adding cards until they reach 27. 2 - 4 players Deal out all of the cards to the players.

The first player turns over their top card and places it in the center. 3 Fun Addition Games For Family Math Night. Many children can add with counting procedures, such as counting out each set (e.g. a set of 3 and a set of 5 for 3 plus 5) before combining the set and counting the result to get the sum (e.g. eight).