 Grades 1-2 Here are some task- cards to practice addition and subtraction. Start with the simple ones and move to the more challenging ones. Make sure you provide manipulatives for the students to use to solve the problems. I like to give the students a scale and a group of … Continuing with Decimals, decimal fractions and percents, here is a collection of task-cards to use. The cards aim to help students practice decimals and decimal fractions, recognize equivalent decimals, and clear any misconceptions with visuals. Some examples below. Here is the file to download. Check out our Decimals card games, …

## Decimal Escape Grades 3 and up Decimal fractions, decimals. It seems that this week will be all about decimals, and decimal fractions. Similar to Fraction Escape, Decimal Escape can be played as a single-player or multiplayer game. The goal is to land on three equivalent tiles to escape the rooms. The tiles …

## Decimal Fractions – Decimals Card Games Grades 3 and up Decimal Fractions to Decimals Decimals are a challenging concept and many students find it confusing. The key is to provide a lot of visuals and make sure students understand fractions. Decimals include a decimal point to represent a whole number plus a fraction of a whole number (tenths, hundredths, …

## Expressions With Arrays Starting with multiplication Last week we started with arrays and multiplication and I feel that there is more to be said and done regarding this topic. One of my favorite activities to do in class is to give students task cards with different arrays and ask them to write equations/expressions …

## Print to play-Array Battle Starting with multiplication Grades2 and up 2-4 players/teams Array Battle is another game to play using array cards to practice multiplication. The game helps students practice multiplication as repeated addition and understand the properties of multiplication. It is similar to Blockus and “Fit the Facts” Material: Print out of the …

## Starting with multiplication- Arrays activities 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 a strong …

## Free print to play-Array Maze Grades 2 and up Arrays are a great way to model multiplication. They present multiplication as repeated addition and help students understand the properties of multiplication. Lego bricks make great arrays. Arrays are a perfect way to first introduce multiplication and start practicing the multiplication facts. This new game aims …

## Around the World Grades 2 and up A fun game to encourage number discussions and practice many skills. The game can be played in two levels. Level 1 is for younger students to practice addition and subtraction and recognizing numbers 1-100 and level 2 is for grades 3 and up to practice multiples, …

## Treasure Hunt Mental-math, mixed-operations Grades 3 and up This two-player game aims to encourage students to practice their mental math skills of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. The players roll two dice to make a path in order to move ahead and get to the treasure. They need to decide which operation …