Students, working in pairs, take turns rolling two dice. Each student must choose a different colored marker or crayon to use. The student outlines and fills in a rectangle that matches what they rolled. For example, if the student rolled a 4 and 3, that student would fill in a 4x3 rectangle on the grid. The player then writes the total number of squares inside the rectangle. A player loses a turn when his or her rectangle cannot fit on the game board. Play continues back and fort...

multiplication color by number (lots of varieties)

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What little Descartes could have played as a toddler! Players toss two dice, form a coordinate pair, and place a marker on that intersection. They take turns, each trying to be the first to get four markers in a row horizontally, vertically or diagonally. #math #game #dice Analytic Geometry

Multiplication Give Me 5 Worksheet and Poster - FREE - How students "show what they know" about multiplication.

Coverall multiplication game - 2 players take turns - roll 2 dice and multiply those 2 numbers then color in the same number of squares as your product - first to cover all of the squares wins. This blog also has a variation of snake for multiplication!

Lego Area & Perimeter

13 printable dice games

Montessori Mathematics Material Multiplication Board gives the child the possibility of memorizing the multiplication tables What's Included: A wooden multiplic

Get your students practicing multiplication with this strategy-based game. Send this game home for some friendly family competition as well!

Students play this game like Tic Tac Toe, only they are trying to make a row that adds up to 10 (or any other number you choose).

A fun math game... roll two dice add or subtract and color in the square. You need to get four in a row to win.

math facts game


Multiplication boxes

Zap It: The game can be played with 2+ players. Student draws a stick and must give the correct answer to keep the stick. If the student misses it then he/she must put the stick back. Students keep playing back and forth. If a student draws a ZAP IT! stick then they must put ALL their sticks back. Student with the most sticks wins the game!

This activity allows the students to be creative and also shows how to calculate area. They can make their house as big or little as the want, as long as the can find the area of the house when its finished.

Free Halloween themed 4-In-A-Row boards for practicing math facts. Great for math centers!

Luminous Learning Summer #Math Boosters workbook contains 30 expertly crafted lessons to help students succeed and prepare for the next grade. Built-in supports such as visual aids, step-by-step directions, and clear examples guide students as they practice and master essential math skills. A great resource for students with learning disabilities!