These math ideas and resources for the classroom include place value activities, number sense ideas, addition and subtraction games, geometry, measurement, and…
Kids love to play dice games, but some teachers shy away from them due to management issues and lack of time. When you combine dice games your students can play independently AND practice math skills at the same time, it's a win-win situation for the classroom. I want to share my favorite math dice games that your students can play in the classroom or from home.
If you're a primary teacher, you have probably taught your students about fact families. These not only help with fact fluency, but they give students the strategies they will need to help make adding and subtracting larger numbers easier. If you're looking to make this time a little more fun and meaningful for your students, check out these fact family games and activities.
These domino activities will put your math tools to work in a meaningful way. Students can add, subtract, compare numbers, work on fact families, order numbers, and work with odd and even numbers. These activities work well for math rotations, independent work, and math centers.
Kids are fascinated by money – especially in a world where pocket change is slowly disappearing in favor of adults using debit cards and credit cards. Whether you are teaching children to identify coins, count change, or about personal financial literacy, picture books can help! Here are some great children’s books about money.
Looking for a fun way to practice doubles facts? Take a look at these games! Students will get the practice they need while having fun. Included are three games for doubles facts, three games for doubles + 1 facts, and three games for doubles + 2 packs. There are also anchor charts, practice pages, and color by number pages.