Escape Rooms

“Escape Rooms” can be played as a single-player or as a multiplayer game. It allows players to practice multiplication facts, division facts, factors, and multiples. Similar to Maze Escape this game allows the players to practice one table at a time. The players choose a key-number and they try to …

Race to Rule

“Race to Rule” helps players practice multiplication, divisibility, factors, recognizing prime numbers, and square numbers. The players have to move through the path using a dice and the cards. Grades 3 and up Goal: Be the first player to reach to a hundred. Material: Game board print out Cards print …

Ghost Chase

Grades 3 and up This ghostly game aims to help students practice addition and subtraction of positive and negative integers. It’s a “last man standing” game. The ghosts are fighting over the ownership of the Haunted Tower. The last ghost standing takes the Tower. Material Print-out game board. Two 6 …

Math fitness 4

Today we would like to share with you some more 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 …