### All the standard skills firsties need to know.

Vivian Gayol

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Make math learning easy and enjoyable with these fun and educational math games. Discover interactive games that will help improve your math skills and make learning a breeze.

All the standard skills firsties need to know.

Vivian Gayol

Help your students master their addition and subtraction facts through games! These print and go games are fun and easy to prep!

Lindsay Tilley

Fun math activities are a great way to get your kids to learn their basic mathematics. This Hands-On Math Craft is the perfect craft to do with kids who are visual learners. They will find it easier to learn their addition or subtraction by using the paper hands instead of just memorizing everything immediately. Paper crafts like this one are also great for large groups of kids because they are easy and inexpensive. Your kids will have a blast making their own paper hands and then using them…

Stacie Bergman

Use this simple DIY math game idea to teach children how to add with manipulatives and dice. Such a great hands-on and visual way for students to learn! Great for at home or in the classroom learning! Perfect for a math center for kindergarten or first grade. #kindergarten #firstgrade #addition #mathgames #mathcenters #DIY

Playdough to Plato

Use Post-it Super Sticky Notes to play this awesome and easy math game.

subashini

Working on addition? Try making a post-it math activity as a great alternative to worksheets! An easy number sense activity for math facts.

Rachel South

Grab a TON of FREE Math Mania Games to strengthen your students' addition & subtraction! Snag easy printable math games for 1st & 2nd grade!

Danielle Bryant

These math card games give you fun math activities that only use a deck of cards. These include addition games, multiplication games, place value games and also a prime numbers game. They are fun, easy to learn and the require no prep at all. They are great for math centers in the classroom, early finishers, homeschool math activities or a fun distance education activity that parents can use with their children. The games are great for first grade, second grade, third grade and fourth grade.

India Puch

There's a good chance you have a pack of UNO cards at home or in your classroom. Here are 5 math games you can play with them.

Lori Morrison Fetner

Ok… we’ve all been there. Where you peer out to your classroom and you’re having a via GIPHY Kind of day. This is seriously every teacher’s worse nightmare. What’s a teacher to do? I mean you have what you thought was a pretty good lesson planned, limited supplies, and of course hardly any time […]

Suzie Ruskowski