jen.wic.56
Spin & Win: Multiplication Facts Fluency Game. Lots of fun opportunities for students to build fluency with multiplication facts as they spin their way to a win. Great fluency builder, great for review with older students! $ #lifeovercs#multiplicationfacts#math#education#fluency

teri-71
What a fun way to practice math facts and build fluency with math facts. Students stack green plastic 'Solo' type cups to create Christmas trees, while also practicing their addition/subtractions or multiplication facts. Students can write the math fact in their journal for added accountability or use mental math as they build their Christmas trees.

nichole
This is a fun game which is great for football season and will get your students moving as they practice their division facts. This is a quick way to see who knows their division facts or use it as an assessment after you have taught the facts. You could also use the cards in a center.$ #division#math#education#scoot game#teaching ideas#learning#TPT

teri-71
Christmas Math! Students solve the multiplication or division equation in each box. Then, they color according to the coloring key. This is a FUN way to build math fluency! Each of the 4 pictures comes with 3 skill levels. NOTE: This store also has addition and subtraction mystery pictures for every holiday. $

tammy
Why can't practicing multiplication facts be fun? Turn math into a game and have your students multiply with the Spin and Multiply NO PREP Packet!

bernadette
Check out this FREE math fluency flip book that’s perfectly suited for your 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students. Give your kids different strategies to build their number sense. This is a great way to review addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Add it to your whole class lesson plan or use for math centers, small groups, or whole class teaching. {fourth, fifth, sixth graders, freebie, upper elementary}

maggie
You need as many Post-its as problems you will give, a Sharpie marker, and a pencil. Write the the first problem on the front of a Post-it note at the start (maybe this one is a different color). Now write the answer on another Post-it with a new problem on the underneath (in pencil). Students have to work problems and then search for the answers. Great way to get students doing math and get them up and moving!

bernadette
Check out this FREE math fluency flip book that’s perfectly suited for your 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students. Give your kids different strategies to build their number sense. This is a great way to review addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Add it to your whole class lesson plan or use for math centers, small groups, or whole class teaching. {fourth, fifth, sixth graders, freebie, upper elementary} #mathtutoringideas

tammy
Addition Centers to help your students practice their addition math facts, strategies, and build fact fluency. A mix of games, logic puzzles, and hands on activities that are perfect for Kindergarten, First and Second grade math centers and stations! #mathpracticegames

janelle
Free Subitizing Sampler Packet! Build number sense for Preschool and Kindergarten in a fun, hands-on way! Set a strong foundation for future math fluency!

claudine
FREE! Students will spin their way to learning about expanded and standard forms of numbers. This is a fun, interactive way to learn about place value to the thousands place. Students will spin, write in expanded form and write in standard form on the included writing boards. $ #education#math#placevalue#expandedform#standardform#composingnumbers#lifeoverscs

23laura
FREE word problem task cards to go along with this fun penguin themed book. These math problems will help your students build their understanding of place value and early multiplication and division concepts.

brigitte
Classifying Triangles Math Game/Math Center: This is a great station or activity for students practicing classifying triangles by sides lengths or angles. Students play in groups of 2-4. They flip one card over. Everyone in the group tries to accurately complete the problem (this is not a race!). Once everyone has finished, they check answers.. All students with correct answers get to roll the dice. Whatever they roll is the number of spaces they move on the game board.

briana
Speed dating in the math classroom, what a great idea! Students become an "expert" on a problem, and then bring that problem with them to rotate and switch with a partner. Experts help their partners at each station if needed.

sherrie
Download free "In the Dog House" game from Mastering Math Facts Multiplication and Division: Aligned with the Common Core - Fast-paced card game to practice times tables with a partner

angelia
Great math game for this time of year! Students must choose the operation that should be used to solve the word problem, then the game shows the solved problem. Kids build parts of a snowman with each correct answer. More on this post!

octokat
Need a review or overview of Grade 4 Common Core Standards? Aligned with the Common Core, these math games are a fun way to provide practice for your students and/or pair up strong students with ones who may struggle to allow for peer tutoring. The first game is a scavenger hunt where students work through problems to find the location of their next clue. #teacherspayteachers#education#elementary#grade#fourth#4th#review#commoncore

alyce
$ The Complete Coordinate Graphing Kit covers both first and four quadrant graphing in an interesting, engaging way. This kit has over 100 pages which include: *differentiated, interactive notes *I Have...Who Has? game *Write the Room activity *Listen & Move activity *Mystery Word activity *Four-in-a-Row game *graphing guides for students with visual or fine motor challenges *answer key Joy of Teaching - mrsjoyhall.com

teri-71
Thanksgiving Math! Students solve the addition or subtraction equation in each box. Then, they color according to the coloring key. This is a FUN way to build math fluency! NOTE: This store also has multiplication and division mystery pictures for every holiday. $

mavis
Our Holiday Quality Quest is a great new brain game for your kiddos to practice greater than, less than, and place value. This game can be played alone, with a partner, or as a class. The kids have to look through all the cards to find the answers to their sheets. $ Includes 24 Cards Teacher Guide Directions to all the Quality Quest games Recording Sheet Answer Sheet #math#place value#<#>#game#holiday#education#teaching ideas

tanisha
This Reindeer Coverall Game is a fun and festive way to help students identify numbers, work on counting and fine motor skills with preschool and kindergarten kids. A fun seasonal math game for partner work and for use at a math station. #mathcenters#mathfreebies#playdoughtoplato

ericka
Middle School Math Problem Solving Graphic Organizers with a real-world word problems. Students must organize the information they are given, SOLVE the problem, JUSTIFY their work and EXPLAIN their solution. Available for 6th grade math, 7th grade math, and 8th grade math. Perfect for math stations, math assessments and math exit tickets. Equations and Expressions (EE), Number System (NS) , Ratios and Proportional Reasoning (RP), Geometry (G), Statistics and Probability (SP)

bernadette
Figurative Language Partner Plays: SEVEN scripts for 4th & 5th grade readers! Contains a recording sheet so students can write down the figurative language examples they encounter. Engaging fluency activity that students can do with a partner!

sherrie
A go to resource for practicing multiplication and division facts! The Multiplication & Division Facts Toolkit provides you with everything you need to keep students practicing those facts.