Are you after some more fun math games that you can use with your students? Maybe you’re teaching your kids about problem solving or you would like to develop their number work. I find math card games are a fantastic way for kids to practice and consolidate math skills, but in a non-threatening and highly motivational way. If you’re looking for some easy card games to provide consolidation of a concept you have already taught, I’m sharing my top 6 fun math games using cards.
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!
Mathnopoly - Solving Equations. Based on Manoj Mistry (manojm03)'s excellent Mathonopoly idea, this is an adapted version I've made. The questions are designed for Year 7 students being introduced to solving equations. I've also created some humorous chance and community chest cards.