1. Grades 4 and up If you are here for the google slides version of the game follow the link below. If not, read on for the print version and the instructions. google slides version This ghostly game aims to help students practice addition and subtraction of positive and negative integers. …

  2. 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 …

  3. With “The Great Escape” the players can practice multiplication facts, recognizing square numbers, and prime numbers. Four levels available. It is a great way to initiate conversations and explain about square numbers, and prime numbers if the students are not familiar with them already. The game is recommended for ages …

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