1. This is a holiday-themed scavenger hunt game to practice some basic skills. This game can be played in two ways and of course, you can adjust the rules and make the game more or less challenging. The game is available in print and google slides version. Game 1: Practice addition …

  2. This is a winter holiday-themed game for students to practice addition to 20. The game is played on the transformed addition table which makes it easier for the students to find the answers if they need to. A low floor high ceiling game for all students to enjoy. We hope …

  3. The purpose of this game is to encourage students to practice the multiplication facts and find patterns and relations on the table that will help them gain fluency and automaticity with the multiplication facts. This is a Holiday-themed multiplayer game that you can play with your students near the holidays …

  4. These mini-games offer a fun way for students to practice the division facts up to 12. Similar to the Multiplication facts mini games they allow the students to practice one table at a time. 10 mini-game boards are included. Print Version Material One 6 face dice Color pencils, a different …

  5. Grades 2,3,4 Arrays are a great way to introduce multiplication in grade 2 and 3. Playing with arrays will help students model multiplication as repeated addition and understand the properties of multiplication. It is very important that we help students visualize and understand multiplication early on so that we build …

  6. Block it! is one of our most popular print to play and digital games. The coded, digital game is great for two players/groups but doesn’t allow more than that. As per your request, I have created a version of block it! for google slides for a single player and more …

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