Here's a simple game where students move around the board adding and subtracting blocks while trying to build the tallest tower.
Lego math. This is completely fantastic! Motivation is often the biggest issue, as teachers struggle to engage their students in learning, so using toys with which kids are familiar is a great way to incorporate fun into teaching.
I Am What I Teach: Classroom Games - Boggle, Noggle, & 20 Questions
Popcorn maths game. Addition, subtraction and ordering for KS1.
Beebot and math. A clear piece of plastic marked into the appropriate squares then change the questions underneath. Children code the beebot's journey to count by the answers eg. By 1, 2, 5 etc
To encourage children's maths concepts in useful and fun ways, because play matters, here are 20 useful math games.
A Motivating Addition Challenge - morning starter
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Maths challenge task. Count the spots to make the total. Copied from @Delideb1969
EYFS - Challenge Area - Maths/number/shape
LOVE THIS!!! The sticks have different number sentences to make the number.