1. This week is all about teaching time, and learning to read the clock. Today I am sharing a few clock games and some activity ideas. The games and activities come in print and google slides versions. The games include the concepts. o’clock half past quarter past and to 25 past and …

  2. My students are always asking for new games and since we don’t really have a division game apart from the mini division games that practice the division facts I decided to create a new game that helps to practice division with remainder as well. This is a simple race game …

  3. Today we are sharing another fun game to practice area and perimeter. For this game, the players need to place/fit rectangles on the board. Preparing the game requires some cutting and laminating but it is worth the trouble because you can use it to practice multiplication as well. Let’s see …

  4. Below you will find a collection of free games. Most of the games have a print and google slides version and some of them have a web version as well. The links will take you to a post where you will find the instructions, the print files to download, and …

  5. As per your request here are all the fraction games by Mathcurious. The games are free and most come with a google slides version as well. Introducing Fractions Multiplayer games – print and Digital (board games, memory game, and bingo cards) Fraction Four (equivalent Fractions)+google slides version Fraction Escape game …

  6. As per your request here are all the multiplication and division games together for easier access. Each link will take you to the post for each game where you can find the instructions and the free print and digital version. For some games the post might include the addition/subtraction version …

  7. 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 …

  8. Happy New Year Everyone! I hope you are all ready to get back to work and do some math. We all like to start the year with some fun activities like math art, games, and puzzles. In today’s post, we are introducing a New Year countdown game that will be …

  9. 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 …

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