XtraMath Welcome to XtraMath! I'm Mr. C. I'm going to help you get better and faster at math. You want to be better and faster at math, don't you? Free Online Math Games Math Games Do your students think math is a bore? Help them see this essential subject in a new way with these exciting math games! With adventures in every skill from counting to algebra, calculations to fractions, and much more, these interactive math games will have your students growing their knowledge while they play to win and beat their high scores.
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. Top 50 Math Sites and Apps Throughout the last few years I've compiled quite a few lists of my favorite sites for a variety of subjects. Over the last year and a half one might have noticed that my lists have started to change and instead of focusing on sites I've been focusing more on apps as "mobile learning" has really taken off. It seems now a days a person can find an app for almost anything. Specializing in Ed Tech I review sites/apps all the time and decided to start posting my favorites for different subjects. Below are my favorites for Math. *This list is in alphabetical order.
Math Games Can Target Key Instruction Areas Classroom games these days may seem like an indulgence, but math consultant Dr. Nanci Smith shows teachers how to use games to differentiate instruction and reinforce skills that students need to tackle higher math. Included: Examples of math games that can be used to differentiate instruction. 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.
Math Games for Kids: Uno Flip Immy is currently loving solving addition and subtraction problems – in fact her maths homework is usually the first thing she wants to tackle in her homework book each week! I enjoy looking for new (albeit simple) ways to encourage her interests and to reinforce what she is learning which is how we came to ‘discovering’ this game that we call Uno Flip! You will need: Math Archives - Primary Theme Park Addition and Subtraction Math Game Lights Out is fun addition and subtraction math game you can rotate as a math center all year long. It’s part of my light and sound unit for kindergarten and first grade. Printable Math Games Students, Teachers, and Parents Love. Are you ready to Play Math? Printable math games are just what you need to bring hours of fun and excitement to math learning. Lots of printable math games and resources all in one place so kids can get a kick out of learning math. Learning Decimals - Pairing: Classroom Math Activity - This is a great math class activity that will keep students engaged. After each player gets a card, they are to begin searching for the person holding the card that when added to their card will make 10..... Math Patterns: The number world is full of patterns.
Math Games With Cards - Rachel K Tutoring Blog Here are some great math games to play with cards! These can be used for math centers, review, extra practice, or just for fun. Using playing cards as a math manipulative can make learning more hands-on and fun. Plus most kids love playing with cards, so it’s a win-win!
Je suis tout à fait d'accord avec ce que ma coéquipière vient d'écrire! Bravo Laurie! by alexiamouchighian Nov 19
Cette application est géniale, car elle permet de développer tous les compétences du programme de formation de l'école québécoise dans le domaine des mathématiques. Il y a cinq degrés de difficulté où l'enfant du préscolaire jusqu'au secondaire peut travailler sa compréhension tout en s'amusant. by lauriecrepeault Nov 19