Holiday Scavenger Hunt Games – Addition/Subtraction/Place Value 1-100

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 …

Holidays Scavenger Hunt-Game Challenge Multiples, prime numbers, square numbers

This game is similar to the previously shared Holidays Scavenger Hunt-Game Multiplication facts, however, is a bit more challenging as the game board is the 100 chart and not the multiplication table. This game uses a spinner instead of dice and encourages the players to practice the multiples of the …

Holidays Scavenger Hunt Game Multiplication facts

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 …

Division Facts- Mini-Games (Print and google slides version)

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 …

Ghost Chase – Addition, subtraction to 20 (+google slides version)

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 …

Block it! – A fun way to practice multiplication facts, Now print and digital.

Block it! One of our most popular games is now digital. If you are already familiar with the game scroll to the end of the post to play digitally. Play is a powerful learning tool. As we all know, children learn best through games and that is the reason I …

The Great Escape! Multiplication, division, prime numbers (print, Google slides, and digital version)

With “The Great Escape” the players will practice multiplication facts, recognizing square numbers, and prime numbers. 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 8 and up. …