Division Mental Math Strategies

We have already discussed mental math strategies for addition and subtraction as well as mental math strategies for multiplication in previous posts. Today we will talk about division strategies that not only help students solve problems quickly but most importantly they help them gain a conceptual understanding of numbers and …

Comparing Fractions Game-Multiplayer

A game for comparing fractions was missing from our collection so here it is. This is a simple racing game that requires students to compare fractions and recognize equivalent ones. The students can use the fraction bars to compare the fractions (included) or other strategies such as Comparing both to …

Tasks – multiplayer game – place value, number order, addition, subtraction

Today I would like to share a fun multiplayer game that my youngest son and I created for students to practice place value and gain fluency with the 1-110 chart. It’s a fun way to practice place value, order of numbers, addition, subtraction, number patterns, and more. The game has …

Winter Holidays print and digital Activity cards grades 1,2,3

Winter Holidays are coming near. Here are some winter holiday-themed activities for grades 1,2, 3. The activities are in google slides and they include practice and review activities as well as puzzles, riddles, word problems, and more. How to use the activity cards The activity cards can be used for …

Holiday Scavenger Hunt Games – Addition/Subtraction/Place Value 1-100

This is a holiday-themed scavenger hunt game to practice some basic skills. This game can be played in two ways and of course, you can adjust the rules and make the game more or less challenging. The game is available in print and google slides version. Game 1: Practice addition …

Halloween Games – Multiplication/Division facts

Playing games on the multiplication table or the 100 chart is a great way to practice multiplication and division facts and more without the stress of memorization. It helps students find patterns and relations and learn how to use known facts as stepping stones. Even though we have shared a …