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Flip TEN-Fun addition card game from Guided Math! Kids line up cards in four rows of five. Then, they flip two cards over. If the sum of the two cards equals 10, they keep the cards and replace the cards with two more from the deck. The game ends when there are no more matches left. Great for the start of the year in ANY grade! Finding friendly numbers is a skill ALL kids need to practice!

Uno math games - this whole site is awesome!!!

Fun Games 4 Learning: Domino Math Games. Do same thing, except with addition.

A great visual and center activity for understanding place value.

from Childhood101

### Math Games for Kids: Uno Flip

This fun game can be used to help children revise mental math facts, times tables and simple mathematical equations.

ten card games for first grade math practice

Love this idea! What's the number? Kids ask questions like Is the number greater than/less than....? Is the number between ___ and ___? Is the number in the tens place ____? etc. No two questions in a row can make the same comparison. Or students may ask in number sentences- - Is the number 5+1?

Magnetic number fishing, they add what they catch! As well as addition, develops hand/eye coordination, fine motor

Put math flash cards in a small photo album and students can answer the cards using a whiteboard marker. Great review! This is a first grade post, but just add multiplication or division flash cards and it works GREAT for third and fourth grade!

Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten: Yummy Fractions! {Freebie}

Pinner wrote, "I play this in my classroom. My students BEG to play. Great way to practice basic multiplication skills. I use an empty tissue box to hold my sticks though."

from Kids Activities Blog

### {Cool Math Games} Dominoes and a Deck of Cards

http://kidsactivitiesblog.com/24927/cool-math-games-3 This website had a lot of different math games for kids. This one is card and domino matching. Could also be used in a math center.

revolving math cups! Styrofoam cups are great for place value and greater than, less than, or equal to practice. Grab three styrofoam cups and write numbers 1-9 around the outer rim (opening facing left). Write one zero after each numeral for your tens cup and two following the numerals on your hundreds cup. Then, stack them! Kids can twist and turn the cups to create different numbers.

Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits showing ones, tens, and hundreds to go with the day of school. uses a trading card plastic page

from Games 4 Gains

### Decimal Place Value With Playing Cards!

Score sheets, a deck of cards, and pencils are all that are needed for this fun decimal place value game!

from Teachers Pay Teachers

### Equivalent Fractions Game - "ONE" Plays Like UNO

Reinforce equivalent fractions with this "UNO" style card game! http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/ONE-Fraction-Game-That-Plays-Like-UNO-853055