Playing math games in the classroom is a fantastic way to not only stimulate students, but is also an ideal way of improving students’ number facts and number work. As games can be so beneficial I thought it would be fun to share your favorite fun mental
Increase Mental Math with your students. Suggestion from commenter: This is one of my all time favorite activities to do while waiting in line. It keeps the kids calm and quiet and sneaks in mental math practice!
This super simple adding decimals game will give your kids lots of practice with adding decimals, as well as developing their problem solving and mental math skills. Plus, you'll love how easy it is to set up: all you need is a deck of cards!
Designed to jump start Maths lessons. Each slide has three questions when run as a slide show (so there's actually 300 questions). Each question is progressively harder as it goes along (in built differentiation!). Intended as 1 a day starter before leapi...
Mental Math Cards from Teaching 4 real. Students are working on a lot of different number operation skills with this game and this can also be made into a game that goes around the class and each student can have a different card.