Keep math interest and learning high from spring through summer with math center games like the ones in this post. Using just dice, dominoes, and a flower mat, your kindergarten and first graders will get lots of practice identifying combinations that total sums of 2 through 12. Easy to differentiate to include subtracting, too, plus suggestions are included for other subjects and skills, too! Stop by Primary Inspiration to learn more! #additionactivities #firstgrademathgames
Teaching Times Tables | If you’re looking for times tables tricks and games for kids, we’ve got 15 ideas to make teaching multiplication FUN. With tons of free printables to choose from, these multiplication games and activities are perfect for 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade learning, and can be used both in the classroom and at home. We’ve included free math worksheets and loads of family games to encourage learning everyday! #homeschool #math #multiplication #timestables #multiplicationgames
11 Ways to Master Multiplication! Mastering Multiplication facts is such an important skill in elementary. If students can master the basics, all other math concepts are so much easier to learn. Check out these engaging, effective and fun ways to build strong foundational skills for future learning.
Get your 4th or 5th grade students engaged and constructing a house with these real-world themed "House Plan" Multiplying and Dividing decimals (by decimals and by whole numbers) task cards. Your students will multiply and divide decimals to solve word problems related to the area of different spaces in the house. Print as worksheets or use as task cards. Extension activities are included! Common Core aligned.