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    Fun and motivating way to help students learn their math facts! Could be done with addition/subtraction for younger kiddos.

    Multiplication game!

    Math tub idea: Get two ice trays from the dollar spot at Target, write 2-digit numbers on white labels for each hole, and kids toss a cube in each tray and add numbers together on recording sheet or whiteboard. They think it's so fun!!

    maybe something like this outside classroom for parents: great way to volunteer at home or in classroom??

    Change a connect four game into a "make Ten" game great for practicing addition! You could even do this to make a dollar using different coins.

    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."

    This is a great activity to teach multiplication facts. Each student wears a fact. All day, anyone who talks to him must call him Mr. 32 ~ you get the idea!.... OR Find a Partner that has the answer on them.


    Our Fraction and Nomenclature cards are a great hands-on learning tool for introducing fractions to your students. Fraction work includes definitions, division, subtraction, multiplication and addition.

    Math Teacher - Halloween Ghost

    Luminous Learning Level 5 Math Boosters: This isn't your ordinary workbook. No more “drill and kill” of route math practice that makes math unpleasant and a chore. In its stead, precision, clarity, and supports so as to promote an understanding of math concepts. Step-by-step directions, clear examples, and visual aids build students' confidence, understanding, and appreciation of math.

    How to multiply on your hands.

    Cute game to practice multiplication facts.



    Fun maths games for kids

    Dance Math - mixing academic learning and physical activity! Left leg is for the tens, right for the ones - hold up math facts and have them dance the answer!

    Literally "Walking through Math Problems": Processing Math Breakdowns for students with dyslexia. * The Yale Center for Dyslexia Creativity