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How to play Corners - a great Chance Game perfect for 2nd to 4th Grade! Free download

A Fun Maths Game Monday to Play Over Again!

I am so excited about this game. I play Corners over and over again. After a week of chance discussions while playing this game, my class are experts on choosing the right corner! They have certainly got the chance concept! If I was a Substitute Teacher, I would carry a deck of cards and the included posters with me everyday! See if you like it too! I have written about the chance aspect of this game and said it was suitable for 2nd to 4th Grade - however, there is a very simple variation…

Roll a Number Line

Math Game Monday & Freebie

So much has happened over the last 3 weeks - we got married, went on our honeymoon, had Easter and now I am back to school tomorrow! I will give you a sneak peak into my wedding and honeymoon later in the week, but for now - I am excited that Math Game Monday is back! Thanks to Mel at From the Pond who has helped me with a new button, fonts and backgrounds! She is so wonderful! Here is my game for this week! Simply click on the picture to download from google.docs. If you are new to Teaching…

Teaching Maths with Meaning Math Game Monday!

Math Game Monday!

Too fast, too fast! Another week down! A 5 day week, followed by a 3 day week - I am going to be happy, happy, happy next weekend! It's time for another Math Game Monday. Thanks to Mel at From the Pond for the button, pictures and background each week This week's game requires only dice and a workbook or whiteboard. You could play this game towards the end of Kindergarten (just use smaller dice) or even in 3rd Grade. Read and see how you can differentiate this activity, simply by changing…

Math game for K/1 teachers. Free from Teaching Maths with Meaning!

Math Game Monday!

Monday again! This week seemed to go especially fast! Thanks to Mel at From the Pond for the button, pictures and background each week This week's game requires only dice and cards and can be played at the drop of a hat! It is simple and the children will love playing it! Simply click on the picture to download from google.docs. Like every week, if you want to check out past Math Game Mondays, click on the link at the top of the page. Have a wonderful week!

Math Game Monday! - Teaching Maths with Meaning

Math Game Monday!

Is it Monday again already! How did the last week fly by so quickly? Today's game is called Around the World. Many of you might have played a different version of Around the World (every school seems to have something they call this!) but this one is a little different. Initially, this game is perfect for Kindergarten or 1st Grade, but with variations it can be played right through to 3rd Grade. It is a whole class game and all you need is 2 six-sided dice (or ten-sided when you are ready to…

Math Game Monday Once Again! - Teaching Maths with Meaning

Math Game Monday Once Again!

Happy Monday all, sorry today's post is a little late! Here's a little surprise I found on my desk this morning, made me feel very special! Now I just have to figure out who to thank! Now onto... Today's game is Roll and Flip. You need both dice and a deck of cards to play. It develops skills in adding numbers together to equal 12, perfect for early primary students. All instructions are available in this week's download. All instructions are included in the download - just click on the…

Math Game Monday - Teaching Maths with Meaning

Math Game Monday

A Math Game Monday for this week - perfect timing, just as I am heading back to school for the start of Term 4! This is a game my cousins taught me when we were in the USA for Thanksgiving one year. I am sure we spent the whole of the afternoon playing this game! Although there is not a strong maths base to it - I thought it was fun to share anyway! So here is Spoons! Click on the instruction sheet to download. Thank you to Jessica Weible for the cute background. All previous Math Game…

Math Game Monday Week 5 - Teaching Maths with Meaning

Math Game Monday Week 5

It's time again for... Today's game is called Flip 3 and Add. It's a simple game that requires only a deck of cards between partners. What I really like about this game is the variations you can make to change the game to suit the needs of the children in your class. Differentiation at it's best! All instructions are included in the download - just click on the image below! For Australian Teachers And as always, thanks to Miss N from Coffee, Kids and Compulsive Lists for the cute…

Math Game Monday - It's Paddocks Time! - Teaching Maths with Meaning

Math Game Monday - It's Paddocks Time!

We have been home this weekend for the first weekend in a long time - knowing that I was going to have a busy Sunday with schoolwork and visitors, I actually scheduled this post on Saturday - I am feeling very organised! This week's game is one of my favourites that I always forget about! Paddocks? Do you know it? All you need is dot paper and a marker, it is a game of strategy... All instructions are included in the download. Simply click on the image below. For Australian Teachers Thank…

Number Paths - A Math Game Monday Activity - Teaching Maths with Meaning

Number Paths - A Math Game Monday Activity

A Math Game Monday for this week - just a little late, but it is worth it! This is a number game - it can be played at anytime. As a warm up, for early finishes, time filler and at any stage during the year. If you modify the game it can easily suit grades Kindergarten right through to 4th Grade! A worksheet is also included that you can cut into 4, however, children could easily draw their own number path on mini whiteboards or in their math books. Click on the instruction sheet to…

Maths Game Monday - Place Value Snap! - Teaching Maths with Meaning

Maths Game Monday - Place Value Snap!

Another week has gone by! It's time again for... A simple Place Value game today and as every teacher knows, we always need more Place Value practice! I have played this game with Grade 1's, 2's and 3's! All you need is a deck of cards! Have fun - simply add more players and more cards to make your numbers larger! Click on the instruction sheet to download. For Australian Teachers Thank you to Jessica Weible for the cute background. All previous Math Game Monday's are available on the Math…

Maths Game Monday - Teaching Maths with Meaning

Maths Game Monday

It's Monday again! I am always jealous of those still on Sunday - but I do love it when it is Friday in Australia…. Today I have a Maths Game for you that is for Grades 4 to 6. I know teaching from teaching older children that sometimes it can be tricky to find a good game - so here is one for practicing decimals. It is called 500 Decimals because children are adding to reach 500. Click on the instruction sheet to download. For Australian Teachers Thank you to Jessica Weible for the cute…

Maths Game Monday

Maths Game Monday

I hope in all the busyness of life right now, you get a chance to stop by and check out my Math Game for this week. This is a great game you could easily play with Kindergarten children who are practising adding numbers together to 12 (2 six-sided dice) or up to 3rd Grade who are investigating the chance of rolling a dice - while it is an easy game - children's understanding can be shown through repeated practise! Click on the instruction sheet to download. Here is the number strip included…

I mentioned last week that I attended a Professional Development session last Monday with Maths guru Andrea Hillbrick. My teaching partn...

Math Game Monday - Odds/Evens and Numbers to 1000!

I mentioned last week that I attended a Professional Development session last Monday with Maths guru Andrea Hillbrick. My teaching partner and I have currently been using games as a warm up to each Maths lesson we teach. Every week, we would plan 5 different warm up games (all mental computation) to add variety. After listening to Andrea and taking on her suggestion of one game a week - we are going to try it out this week. This is our plan: Day 1: Teach the game (if unknown) and children…

Math Game Monday time! - Teaching Maths with Meaning

Math Game Monday time!

Monday again! Today's game is called Nasty Game and it is a little nasty! Hehe! It is a Place Value game where children try to roll the largest number they can. BUT the catch is they are allowed to give numbers to other players too... Very tricky! All instructions, plus an extra explanation page are available in this week's download. All instructions are included in the download - just click on the image below! For Australian Teachers Thank you to Jessica Weible for the cute background…

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Maths Game Monday Number Squeeze!

We are heading into Week 7 of Term 3 and I can't believe it! Here we go again for Math Game Monday! This is a great game you could easily play with Kindergarten and Grade 1 children who are practising counting to 100 - and asking great questions to pick numbers. Click on the instruction sheet to download. For Australian Teachers Thank you to Jessica Weible for the cute background. Click here if you missed previous Math Game Monday - Triangular Cards, 10 Second Walk, 10's Snap, Celebrity…