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Math Games

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Math games are always a class favorite! They're great for centers, homework practice, and small groups. This set of games includes five monkey-themed math games that your kids will love! They might even go bananas for it (tehehe)! Doubles, place value, addition, and more. Each game comes in color and black & white. You can grab them HERE. I hope your kids love them!

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This simple math game with Uno cards can be used to help children revise number facts and times tables, and to practise writing mathematical equations.

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

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Are you after some more fun math games? Math card games are a fantastic way for kids to practice math skills, but in a non-threatening and motivational way.

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Grades 2-6 Finally! Math centers that are aligned to the standards, easy to manage, and perfect for 15-20 minute rotations! Exactly what I needed for when I’m working with my small groups. I can focus on my [group] knowing that my students are fully engaged. I don’t have time to prep math activities so this […]

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A collection of dozens of the best math card games for Kindergarten through high school, organized by math topic to help you find what you need!

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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.

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I love incorporating games into math as much as possible. Who doesn't love playing games, right?! But the problem with games is that they often require quite a bit of prep work for us teachers. I've been trying to come up with some that require little to no preparation to use. I'm so excited to

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