Visit site

Turning Noneducational Games into Learning Fun

As the year winds down to an end, spring fever sets it, and I find I need to step my game up with interesting activities that will keep students learning and on task. One way I have done that this year is by taking regular games that students are already familiar with and giving them an educational
  • Mia Sparks

    Multiplication Jenga- change to sight words or math facts for second graders

  • Linda Dowell

    Multiplication Jenga and other math games! Easily adapted for addition and subtraction.

  • Christy Butler

    Multiplication Jenga, Measurement Twister, and Lanyard Group Race - three games to keep learning fun! I'm thinking Jenga with addition/subtraction for my second graders!

  • A Raw

    non educational games into learning fun (great place value relay race idea)

  • WiLdRoOtSwOmAn

    Jenga math idea

  • Kara Schumaker

    Multiplication Jenga and other math games (A Math Center)

Tags:
Multiplication Jenga, Classroom Math, Math Games, Math Center, Education Games, Math Ideas, Math Facts, Learning Fun, Addition And Subtraction

Related Pins

Fun way to practice place value. It would be easy to differentiate by changing the number of digits.

Maybe make an anchor chart for numbers 1-20 to keep up in the wall for a while?

Creative ways to do #math drills- ideas are for kindergarten, but would work for older grade for their math facts review

Here's a set of journal templates (4 different versions!) for use with math center activities.

Use these multiplication fact strips to make Jenga into a fun way for students to practice their basic multiplication facts.

Shake things up at the close of this school year! Use DIY Jenga to practice and review.

Problem solving was done through hands on learning in elementary school, and the activity commonly correlated with a theme, the season, or a unit we were working on. This way, the activity is creative and has the learners excited and engaged from the start.

Love Lego - love these ideas for using it for fun maths games.

number bracelets - A really fun way to teach addition.

Addition/subtraction sorting - child needs to determine which sticks add up to the number on the bucket.