Category: Math Activities

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• Basketball Multiplication and Division Games and Word Problems

• \$3.00
• Have basketball fans in your home or classroom? Print out these basketball themed math games and word problems for some extra multiplication and division practice. 57 pages 3rd, 4th grades
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• Build A Garden and Veggies For Sale Math Activities and Game Bundle

• \$7.00
• This is a bundle of the following two products: Build A Garden: a fun, project-based learning activity that is perfect for children at a variety of math levels. Children plan garden beds while practicing counting, a variety of calendar skills, area, perimeter, multiplication, division, measurement, and fractions. Reading and writing are also incorporated. Veggies For Sale: Do your kids want…
• Build A Garden: A Math Project Based Learning Activity

• \$4.00
• This fun, project-based learning activity is perfect for children at a variety of math levels. It targets counting, a variety of calendar skills, area, perimeter, multiplication, division, measurement, and fractions. Reading and writing are also incorporated. Â  First, children choose task cards to create garden beds with graph paper.Â  Then, children choose which 'seeds' they would like to plant in…
• Build A Pie Fraction Game

• \$2.00
• Kids will love building a pie in this hands on fraction game. They will be exposed to the general concept of fractions, equivalent fractions, and adding fractions together to make a whole all while having fun. Â  Fractions include: 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/6, and 1/8. Younger children will also get practice in reading a die and reading the game key.…
• Christmas Market Math Project and Game

• \$5.00
• Do your children have budding entrepreneurial skills?Â  Or maybe you want to inspire some? This fun project and game allows your children to pretend they are ornament booth owners at a Christmas Market, all while practicing a variety of math skills! Project: The first part of this resource gives directions for setting up a store in your home, classroom or…
• Christmas Present Perimeter, Area, Volume Task Cards

• \$5.00
• Practice perimeter, area, volume, and fractions by making Christmas presents with graph paper.Â  Then, glue them on a Christmas tree picture! Perfect activity for the last week or two of school before Christmas break and can be stretched over several days. Your children will forget they are even working on math! 19 pages 3rd, 4th, 5th
• Fall Number Sense Packet for Kindergarten and 1st Grade

• \$6.00
• This fun, fall-themed packet contain the materials, games, and worksheets you need to help your children build their early number sense. It will provide your children the opportunity to explore how numbers relate to each other and learn all of their addition and subtraction facts.Â  You can read LOTS of helpful, related information in Developing Number Sense in Your Children.…
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• Football Multiplication and Division Games and Word Problems

• \$3.00
• Have football fans in your home or classroom? We sure do! Print out these football themed math games and word problems for some extra multiplication and division practice. 57 pages 3rd, 4th grades
• Fraction Games Bundle

• \$5.00
• This Bundle contains three products: Â  Build a Pie Fraction Pie Game Â  Kids will love building a pie in this hands on fraction game. They will be exposed to the general concept of fractions, equivalent fractions, and adding fractions together to make a whole all while having fun. How Fast Can Time Fly? Â  This fun game will expose…
• How Fast Can Time Fly?: Time Telling and Fraction Game

• \$2.00
• This fun game will expose children to the concept of telling time and fractions and allow students to start to understand how minutes can be added together to make an hour or parts of an hour and how to make equivalent fractions. Best with 2-4 players. There is a printable clock for each player and fraction pieces for 5, 10,…
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• Number Sense Sorting Mats

• \$4.50
• These hands on sorting mats can be used over and over for children to practice important early number relationships. Â  Level One will allow them to practice their subitizing skills by sorting ten frames, tally marks, abacus (or rekenrek) amounts, dot patterns, and finger patterns for each number 1-10. Â  Level Two allows children to place the correct numbers in…
• Number Talk Prompts: Dot Patterns and How Many? Photo Cards

• \$2.00
• Number Talks are great for building number sense, mental math skills and math language skills in children. Included here are 24 dot pattern cards and 24 photo cards that ask How Many?, leaving it up to the children to figure out how many different ways they can see "How Many?" in the photos. Using real photos encourages children to look…