1. After creating and sharing TASKS place value and addition/subtraction version with my youngest son, teachers and parents have told us that students are very excited to play this game. I guess its “among us” theme is one of the main reasons. It is a fun game and a lot of …

2. Today I would like to share a fun multiplayer game that my youngest son and I created for students to practice place value and gain fluency with the 1-110 chart. It’s a fun way to practice place value, order of numbers, addition, subtraction, number patterns, and more. The game has …

3. Below you will find all of the winter holidays/Christmas activities Mathcurious has to offer this year. Print and digital activity cards, math games and 2 digital “build and decorate a gingerbread creation” activities. Winter Holidays Digital Activity cards grades 1/2 Winter Holidays Digital Activity cards – grades 3/4 and 4,5,6 …

4. In today’s post, I would like to share some simple games for the introduction level of fractions. The game boards have simple visuals to help students recognize different fractions, and match equivalent ones. We have shared some games with visuals to practice completing one and matching equivalent fractions before, however, …

5. 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 …

6. 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 …

7. Activities on the 100 chart are a great way to build fluency with numbers in grades 1 and 2 and 3. Students can find patterns and relations, understand one more, one less, count by 2,3, and so on. Start with a 20 or 50 chart and gradually move on to …

8. This Ghostly game aims to help students practice addition and subtraction to 20. The print version uses dice and the digital version uses a spinner. The goal of the game is to catch the other players (ghosts) by landing on the same spot. It’s a “last man standing” game. The …

9. Playing games on the multiplication table or the 100 chart is a great way to practice multiplication and division facts and more without the stress of memorization. It helps students find patterns and relations and learn how to use known facts as stepping stones. Even though we have shared a …

10. Many of you have been asking for ideas for rounding games so today I will share some of the games I use with my students to practice rounding. Game 1 – Round it! The first two little games are quite simple and they are good for starting to practice rounding …