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4 Win-Win Math Games - Marilyn Burns

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Support learning of numbers and operations with these four activities requiring nothing more than pencil and paper. These game-like activities offer practice in mental computation,...more
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Support learning of numbers and operations with these four activities requiring nothing more than pencil and paper. These game-like activities offer practice in mental computation, column addition, combinations of 10, and multiples of 10. Be sure to check out the Math Game Tips offering excellent advice for all math activities.

tag(s): addition (250), base ten (12), game based learning (103), mental math (27), multiples (35)

In the Classroom

Add these activities to your toolbox of math games for classroom use. Take advantage of the tips to teach one at a time and create a list of math game-like activities that students know. These are perfect for differentiating instruction. Adjust numbers used in each for different groups of student abilities. Use as one of your station activities. Teach a parent volunteer how to play these game-like activities and use for tutoring sessions. Be sure to share a link to this PDF with parents to play at home. If your school holds a math night, these are perfect for use! Share a link to this article on your class website or print and include with your class newsletter.
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