# Fun Math Games

Your students will be engaged and learn a lot while playing these fun math games! Perfect for class time, guided math, centers and group work.

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Help your students understand multiplication using the box method, also called partial products method or area model.

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Your students will LOVE playing these games in math centers, cooperative groups, or even at home for extra practice. Skills include comparing numbers, place value, written form, and patterns of tens and hundreds.

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Who says math is boring? Not me! My students love playing games with task cards so I created this place value task card game with answer key and game board. Aligned with the 4th grade math teks. Great for guided math, cooperative learning, small groups and can even be sent home as a remote learning activity.

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Let your students have fun while they are practicing critical math skills! Fractions, Decimals, and Percents! This set comes with printables for 60 cards and directions for two ways to play and a record sheet. Great for centers, small group work, table activities, home school, or tutoring. Can also be sent home for practice during remote learning or homework!

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Measurement conversions can be quite overwhelming for some students! This is especially true if they do not understand the relationship between the different units of measurement. Not…

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Estimating sums and differences is a skill I have found students need a lot of opportunities to practice! I love to create engaging activities to help keep my students motivated while they practice! This game is great for students who need extra practice or a review! Grab the game FREE here! Can be used in the classroom or sent home as a remote distance learning activity!

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My last post included many resources and ideas for rounding! Today I want to share 10 Activities for rounding! 1.) I love this video from Math Coach on You Tube because it uses number lines …

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Here are some of my favorite activities and games for adding and subtracting fractions!

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Click over to my blog for great ideas to help your students understand fraction concepts. Can be used in class, at home, with small groups or whole class.

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Great tips for helping your students understand elapsed time word problems!

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Your students will LOVE these FREE math activities using Easter Eggs. Some ideas include counting coins, solving word problems, adding, and matching improper fractions to mixed numbers and much more! Free Printables!

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Grab this FREE game to keep your students engaged while practicing estimating / rounding addition and subtraction. Great for classroom use, home school or extra practice at home.

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Excellent area and perimeter practice. The task cards include problems for finding area of rectangles, finding area of composite shapes, finding perimeter of a variety of shapes and finding missing sides when given the perimeter. Use the task cards in centers, small group, as part of math workshop or as a scoot game! Students can work independently or with partners to solve the problems. There are 20 Task Cards. Record Sheet included Answer sheet included.

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This blog post has great ideas for math games and center activities! Fun, engaging ideas for your students! Can be used for guided math, math workshop, group work and more!

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Keep up with math practice this summer with these fun activity pages. Print and go! Students can color the fun pictures after checking their math with the answer key which is included!

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Six amazing activities to keep your students engaged while learning and or reviewing place value skills in math class. Great for guided math, early finishers, small group or whole class instruction time.

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Here is a blog post with GREAT ideas for solving word problems! Help your students be successful with problem solving in math class!

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Your students will LOVE playing these games in math centers, cooperative groups, or even at home for extra practice. Skills include comparing numbers, place value, written form, and patterns of tens and hundreds.

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Great resource to help students understand the difference between Multiplication and Division Word Problem Freebie

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Don't make your math fact practice boring! Check out these fun, engaging activities to keep your kids learning! Great ideas for home or school!

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