## Number Crosses (+google slides version)

A few days back I gave my students a few”numbers crosses” to solve as part of an escape room activity. I call them number crosses because instead of words you write numbers on the tiles and you describe those numbers in words. They work like puzzles and they can get …

## Math fitness 1

Today we would like to share with you some outdoors (or indoors) active games that will encourage children to practice some basic math skills while hopping, running, and aiming. Most of us have played hopscotch as kids. How about using chalk to create some interesting active math games for children …

## Down the Drain! A subtraction game. (virtual version included)

If you are familiar with the game and you are here for the google slides version please follow the link below. Otherwise read on for the instructions and the printable version. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1BkrlC82-tjTBI_LcT_oIbtOnAc_5gynoDKioC0ioNK4/copy Ages 5+ Subtraction and addition “Down the drain” is a last man standing kind of a game. Goal: …

## The Secret Number

The secret number is a two-player (or two groups) game that could also be played by teachers and students in their online meetings as a fun game. The teacher will be player one and the students will be the player two. Each of the players has a table in front …

## Crazy Bingo

Ok, let’s play some Crazy Bingo. We named it that because when we play it everyone kind of goes crazy with excitement. This is a simple game that can be adjusted for lower and higher grades. Ages 5 and up For this game, you need A dice 6,10 or 12 …