Math, Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, and Spanish. Math songs, Teaching math, Math classroom. Teaching Resources & Lesson Plans. TEN MORE-DIFFERENTIATED MATH GAME-FREEBIE!! by Kelly Hallahan. WAR MULTIPLICATION EDITION. 23 Fun Hands-on Ways to Teach Multiplication. What’s the best way to teach multiplication?
The answer is different for every student. That’s why we were excited to see so many great ideas being shared on our WeAreTeachers HELPLINE group on Facebook. Here are 30 of our favorite fun, hands-on ways to teach multiplication to your elementary school students. 1. Flip bottle caps. SOURCE: Croft’s Classroom Start with bottle tops and colored dot stickers. 2. SOURCE: Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas Have your students play multiplication war with a deck of cards. 3. Two students stand back to back and each writes a factor on the whiteboard (you can set a number limit, usually 1–9). 4. SOURCE: Line upon Line Learning Use one set of multiplication flashcards to play math baseball in the classroom. 5. We play Roshambo, but students put up fingers instead of rock, paper, or scissors. 6. We use dominoes for multi-digit problems. 7.
My students love Multiplication Roll ‘Em! 8. I take a homemade deck of small cards with single numbers on them. Multiplication Times Table Board Game. By Michael Hartley Here's a math board game with simple enough rules.
A board, some 'question' cards, some 'special' cards, a die (dice), and away you go! The question cards make sure it's a learning experience for the kids who are playing, and the 'specials' make sure it's an exciting game, with the winner only known the moment they actually win! Best of all, it's all free and printable (except the die, and the playing pieces. Sorry!). 15 Math Games in 15 Minutes or Less. Math games bring out kids’ natural love of numbers.
As students transition into the new school year, help them sharpen their number skills with some of these fun and effective games. 5 Minutes 1. Simon Says, “Geometry!” Ramp up this traditional game by having kids illustrate the following geometric terms using only their arms: parallel and perpendicular lines; acute, right, and obtuse angles; and 0-, 90-, and 180-degree angles. 2. ’Round the Block Have students stand in a square. Third Grade Math Games For helping 3rd graders enjoy learning math. Third grade math games for teaching math the fun way!
If you're a parent or teacher, you'll find a growing list of math games for 3rd graders on this page that will introduce your third grader to a fun way of building math skills. Rolling with the Facts: Fun game for practicing multiplication up to 12x12. Print off the cards we provide and grab a pair of dice and you're ready to roll!
3rd Grade Math Games - Teaching Math The Fun Way. 3rd grade math games are an excellent way for kids to learn and review third grade math skills.
In third grade students should master the four basic arithmetic operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Other skills include geometry, fractions, measurement, and data analysis and probability. You'll find links further down this page taking you to math games for specific third grade math skills. After you check those out, be sure to head over to the main Third Grade Math Games page. You'll find lots of math games for third grade on the site, so be sure to have a look around. Adder Ladders: Just print this activity off and you're ready to go. 50 Awesome and Fun Math Activities for 3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade Students. If you are on the search for fun math activities, look no further.
These activities designed for 3rd, 4th and 5th-grade students are engaging and free. I love teaching upper elementary children. Surprisingly, I love the challenge of multiplying fractions, long division, and decimals. With that said, I love the way early elementary classrooms are set up. The centers, games, and hands-on activities make me as excited as a child at Christmas time. Probability Game. A Rapid Rounding Game. What You Need: 9 pieces of poster board in various colors masking tape large black marker index cards stop watch What You Do:
5 Math Games Every Classroom Needs to Play. Guest post by Leigh Langton Hey guys!
It’s Leigh from The Applicious Teacher! I am super excited to be blogging at Corkboard Connections today. I’m sharing a practice that I use to help increase my students’ engagement and number sense during my math block. Do you play games in your classroom? As a third grade teacher, I know how limited our time can be, so I am here to share with you 5 math games you should take the time to play this year! This game can be played in a k-5 classroom. Here’s how to play… Have your class stand in a circle. The idea is simple, but can be modified for your students. Other Variations Students sit down on a certain multiples (like the multiples of 7) Students don’t say the multiple. 101 and Out… This paper and pencil game works well in second to fifth grade classrooms and can be played by teams of students (like boys against girls) or in pairs.
To play, students take turns rolling the dice. Back 2 Back Seriously, hands down, my class’ favorite game to play! Math Games and Math Center Ideas. Learn how to create and implement math games quickly and inexpensively!
On this page, you’ll find photos of math games and free printable directions for several of them. You can see how to store and organize these math partner games and introduce them to your class on the Starting Math Game Routines page. Teacher-made math games for grades 2-4 Remember, even if you don’t use math partner games, you can still use the activities below as centers, in small groups, or as whole class games! Click on any picture to enlarge it and read the directions. Division Memory Facto: Basic Math Fact Practice Pass Out (Multiplication Practice) Speed (basic fact practice, any operations students know) Three In A Row (A game of logic and strategy) Battle (basic fact practice, any operations) Add ‘Em Up (multiplication/division facts) Dice 1000 (3 digit addition and 3 digit multiplication)