Playing mathematics games is an engaging way for students to practice skills and strategies. Research has shown that games are an effective and motivating way to deliver this practice. Teachers can easily adapt games to meet the varying needs of their students, and games can be sent home for extra practice. The use of games illustrates one way to engage students in practicing math facts.

 

Kindergarten

 

Cover and Compare

Number Race

Build a Staircase

 

First Grade

 

Counting On Game

Guess My Rule Game

Make Ten

Moving on the 100 Chart

Train Game

 

Second Grade

 

Add to 100

Monkey Treats

Doubles and Near Doubles Bump

Not More Than 100

Path to Glory

Tens

 

Third Grade

 

Number Line Target

Digits (animated)

Floor Tiler

Largest to Smallest

Make a Flat

Spin, Place, and Read (could be played with whole group)

 

Fourth Grade

 

Digits

Draw, Place, and Read (could be played with whole group)

Floor Tiler

Guess My Rule

Product Bingo

 

Fifth Grade

 

Multiplication Digits Game

Division Digits Game

Add or Subtract to 1 Game

Spin and Read Decimals Game

Factor 20 or Factor 40

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