## Expressions with arrays

One of my favorite activities to do in class is to give students task cards with different arrangements and ask them how they see/count the objects. This activity offers a great opportunity for discussions. I later ask the students to write the equations or just the expressions for the arrangements, …

## Free print to play-Array Maze

Grades 2 and up Arrays are a perfect way to first introduce multiplication and start practicing the multiplication facts. This new game aims to help students practice multiplication by finding the correct array after multiplying two numbers. While playing students gain visual understanding of the multiplication facts and the multiplication …

## Escape Rooms game

“Escape Rooms” can be played as a single-player or as a multiplayer game. It allows players to practice multiplication facts, division facts, factors, and multiples. Similar to Maze Escape this game allows the players to practice one table at a time. The players choose a key-number and they try to …

## Chicken Escape

A multiplayer card game that makes mental math practice fun! Chicken Escape is a fast-paced multiplayer card game. While playing, students practice mental math skills, improve their working memory, and enhance their strategic thinking skills. The story The chickens at the farm are planning an escape! Help your chickens run …

## Maze Escape- A single-player game to practice the multiplication facts (google slides version included)

Grades 3 and up We have been creating and sharing a lot of multiplayer math games and I think it’s time to introduce a single-player one. Sometimes students need to work alone, at their pace, and challenge themselves with a game-like activity. This game helps students practice multiplication facts, division …

## Math fitness 4

Today we would like to share with you some more outdoors (or indoors) active games that will encourage children to practice some basic math skills while hopping, running, and aiming. Most of us have played hopscotch as kids. How about using chalk to create some interesting active math games for …

## Math Games with UNO Cards

UNO is one of our favorite games to play. Our kids keep on inventing new rules and cards to make the game more and more challenging. However, UNO cards are great for practicing mental math skills. When our kids were younger we invented a few math games using the colorful …

## Crazy Bingo

Ok, let’s play some Crazy Bingo. We named it that because when we play it everyone kind of goes crazy with excitement. This is a simple game that can be adjusted for lower and higher grades. Ages 5 and up For this game, you need A dice 6,10 or 12 …

## The Great Escape! Multiplication, division, prime numbers (print, Google slides)

With “The Great Escape” the players can practice multiplication facts, recognizing square numbers, and prime numbers. Four levels available. It is a great way to initiate conversations and explain about square numbers, and prime numbers if the students are not familiar with them already. The game is recommended for ages …

## Block it! – A fun way to practice multiplication facts.

Play is a powerful learning tool. As we all know, children learn best through games and that is the reason I always try different games with my children and my students to help practice math skills in a fun and exciting way. Practicing multiplication facts is often a boring task …