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Practice those really tricky 6x, 7x, 8x and 9x tables with this unique little board game - one of the most effective we have ever used. [All rights reserved on this one].

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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. {this post contains affiliate links} The idea came from this awesome book that’s brand new to … … Continue reading →

"Repetition is the path to mastery, and so the logic goes with timed math tests. Maybe you’re home schooling, or maybe you’re in a district that’s gone full bore into Mad Minute, Rocket Math or some other type of timed testing. Either way, your kid needs practice and lots of it. Nobody learns math by osmosis. You learn math by burning up pencils and paper. This site has math fact worksheets, place value problems, addition without carrying, subtraction without borrowing, suites of…

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### 6 Fun Math Games Using Cards

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.

Write numbers 1-10 on a beach ball. Make sure to repeat so kids can practice multiplying like numbers. When your child catches the ball, they multiply together the two numbers their hands land on before throwing it to the next person.

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Fun Math activities for Elementary to High School. You won't have to create games yourself from scratch. Just find what you want here. You'll find free games and some to pay for. In all cases, you'll find quality games that motivate and teach Math.

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