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Math & Reading Power Towers - The children pull out a cup, answer the fact and stack. *^made from a Pringles can

Power tower - skill games with self check

FREEBIE - Multiplication Freebie NO PREP Games - Just print and play!

The yellow notes have different signs (multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction) and then you can pick two white notes with numbers.

Addition/Subtraction game. Students roll a dice, move that many spaces, add the number on the dice to the number card they landed on. Variations: +1/+2 dice. +10/+5 dice. How many more to make ten?

KINESTHETIC MATH FACTS~ Mix academic learning and physical activity. Hold up math facts and students show the answer using the left leg for the tens and right leg for the ones. As they gain proficiency, speed it up and they'll be "dancing!"

Fun and motivating way to help students learn their math facts

Foldable Fun– Geometry- Lots of idea on this blog!

Multiplication War! Fun math game that only requires a deck of cards. Can also be done with addition and subtraction.

Daily Number Exercise---My Version. I tried this out with the kids today, and made up a permanent poster. I already love it! Inspired by another pin:

I love this idea to create for practicing addition & subtraction....what if I had them add the first and the second number they land on (I could make the board bigger and just have double digit numbers) that way they wouldn't land on the same problem more than once if they play it more than once. It would always be something new. Could do the same thing with subtraction, using the same board even.

Excellent colorful multiplication chart.

from Kids Activities Blog

### DIY Math Puzzlers

math puzzles - made from math sticks..good for addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, decimals…on and on!!!

from Kids Activities Blog

### Halloween Math Games

Multiplication Concentration with a sweet twist...could do this for add/subtract too

from Practical Pages

### Maths Manipulatives – makes Maths fun!

Multiplication Wheels