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Focus Area 4. The Numeracy Continuum K-10. Numeracy Skills Framework. Score Some Points with Place Value Yahtzee! – Games 4 Gains. I find that kids really enjoy games that are similar to games that they already know and love to play.

Score Some Points with Place Value Yahtzee! – Games 4 Gains

And frankly, I like the fact that it's (usually) faster to teach them those games, which means that less learning time is wasted on explanation. The game that I have for you today is a place value version of the popular game Yahtzee. I've included the score sheets for four different versions (3-digit numbers, 4-digit numbers, 6-digit numbers, and decimals) so that you can choose the level that works best for your classroom. You could even assign different levels to different students... such easy differentiation! Materials needed: Place Value Yahtzee score sheets (see below)Dice (the number of dice needed depends on the game level being used)3-digit numbers = 3 dice4-digit numbers = 4 dice6-digit numbers = 6 diceDecimal numbers = 5 diceCup for holding the dicePencils Setting up the game: 1.

Choose the score card that best matches your students! 2. 3. 4. Players are ready to play! 1. 2. 3. Numeracy Skills Framework. Estimation 180 - Home. Kids Prefer Math When You Let Them Figure Out the Answer for Themselves - Maths Word Problem Shed. Maths 'N' Movement – Free Games and Activities. Below you will find new Maths ‘N’ Movement activities, original 2004 Bloomsmath teaching plans and new and improved Bloomsmath V2 worksheets.

Maths 'N' Movement – Free Games and Activities

Each PDF contains free lesson activities and games. New activities will be added each week so please come back and collect as many free resources as you would like. For an easier option why not join our mailing list and have the activities delivered straight to your inbox so you get them as soon as they are uploaded. If you have ideas for topics you would like covered or feedback on the program please let me know at Maths ‘N’ Movement – The free activities provided below are not as comprehensive as the paid programs available here as they are designed to cater for all countries. New Bloomsmath – The limited free resources available here are designed to demonstrate the extent to which each outcome is covered in the new program. Visit the online store to buy your Bloomsmath OR Maths ‘N’ Movement program today! Topdrawer / Home - Topdrawer. Speeding: A mental computation lesson with cards. This is another great mini-lesson that allows students to have fun while learning in maths.

Speeding: A mental computation lesson with cards

The idea is simple… Teach them a card game and let them practise. With more and more practise, your students will continually build on their mental computation skills while playing with cards. This game could also be used for subtraction, doubling, halving and many more. Just be creative. Explore the connection between addition and subtraction (ACMNA029)Solve simple addition and subtraction problems using a range of efficient mental and written strategies (ACMNA030) Introduction: Start children off on the floor in a circle and show how to play the following… Speeding – Rules: Body: Allow children to break up into pairs and begin playing the game.Reiterate the need to verbalise what it is that they are doing as you rove around. A job at Legoland - A maths lesson about shape shape and area.

Mathematics Centre: ... A world of alternatives to text-based learning. Maths Resource Telling the time Numicon. Morning work ideas. Analogue and digital half past time dominoes (SB9650. © SparkleBox This resource is licensed under SparkleBox copyright.

Analogue and digital half past time dominoes (SB9650

Click for more info. Analogue and digital half past time dominoes No other versions available at present. MATHS @ CHPS - Learning.21stCentury.Snapshot. 0_dens1.pdf. Dens_2.pdf. Jenny's Marvellous Maths Links. I Love My Classroom: MATH rotations. Free Flash Jeopardy Review Game. The Instant Jeopardy Review Game has been designed and dramatically improved to make it the perfect review game for a wide variety of classroom uses. This tool is a fun and interactive way to review content in your classroom, meeting, conference, or other group setting.

The new and improved version of the Jeopardy Review Game includes the following features: Simple insertion of pictures on Question and/or Answer slides Full support for symbols, such as exponents and wingdings style fonts Better support for foreign language Question and/or Answer slides Simpler visual editing process Embed anything in your question slides, even Youtube videos, flash objects, etc. Simple scorekeeping system Works on portable devices such as smartphones, iPad, and iPod Touch!

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Speeding: A mental computation lesson with cards. Parent Handouts for Maths. 3D Shapes. Number. Maths Programs. Domino Doubles Game. Maths Websites / Apps.