Mental maths games
Place Value Game | Number Sort
Looking for fun activities for 2nd and 3rd grade students? Check out these place value sorts. These are wonderful activities for centers or math stations when you are teaching place value. Students use this printable activity to identify the value for numbers in the hundreds, thousands and higher. These activities support place value lessons in second and third grade.
DIY Metal Math Game - Classroom DIY
Chapter 9: I love this idea as it is so simple and can be used for so many areas. For addition and subtraction (9.2), write the questions on the right and the answers on the left (just take questions from a textbook). Children have to use an empty number line to show their methods (that and a photo of the sticks in order is your evidence). For Non-Canonical Forms (9.3), write the number on the right and its non-canonical form on the left (if you want to make it easier do it the other way round
What is your favorite mental maths game for kids?
Playing math games in the classroom is a fantastic way to not only stimulate students, but is also an ideal way of improving students’ number facts and number work. As games can be so beneficial I thought it would be fun to share your favorite fun mental maths games for the classroom. Whether you have maths games for year 6 or mental maths games for year 3, I’d love to hear about them all.