This page contains directions for games which can be used to support students' number sense development and the math standards in fun and engaging ways.
- 99 (PDF) (1-6): A quick and lively game to practice addition skills and a bit of strategy, too. Great for rainy day recess!
- Buried Treasure Game (PDF) (K-5): Use special colored cards to practice ordering numbers. Can be differentiated to work on multiples.
- Double Dice Multiplication Game (PDF) (3-6): A simple game to practice basic facts and double-digit multiplication algorithm.
- Fast 10s (PDF) (K-3): This fast-paced game helps students practice combinations to 10.
- Greatest Number Game (PDF) (1-4): Students try to build a bigger number than the teachers. Reinforces place value concepts and works on probability skills, too!
- The Price is Right Game (PDF) (4-6): A fun way to practice multiplication & division facts. Also a powerful way to model converting improper fractions to mixed numbers.
- The Target Number Game (PDF) (K-6): This game is easily differentiated in complexity through 6th grade, and beyond! A wonderful activity to practice Number Sense and mental math.
- Top It! (PDF) (1-4): This simple game helps students practice basic addition, subtraction, or multiplication facts.
This page is maintained by April Albers, Elementary Math TOSA. If you have a great game to share, please forward it to: email@example.com
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