Dice: Teach area in math. Shared by Eilleen Kalman from Mishawaka School Corporation (NW Roundtable) Maybe instead of perimeter, I can have the student to multiply the dice and use the answer as their area of a rectangle?
Miss G loves playing all sorts of card games, so when I came across Make Ten, a simple game that focuses math skills and uses just a generic deck of cards, I knew it would be a total hit. The idea came from this awesome book that’s brand new called 100 Fu
Looking for an easy way to practice multiplication for kids? This game only takes two minutes to set up, but can be played again and again to challenge kids and incease multiplication fact fluency. Plus, you can adapt it to work on other skills as well!
"On the white paper (plain popcorn) I wrote numbers, on the yellow (buttered popcorn) I wrote math symbols (+ – x ). Students can then choose 2 pieces of white popcorn and 1 piece of yellow. They write the equation and answer in their books.
This is easily the BEST CENTER GAME EVER! It's fun, engaging, easily adaptable to ANY content, and it never ends! It's the perfect activity for your fast finishers, and great for practicing math facts and sight words! Definitely a classroom MUST H