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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.

    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.

    Math Teacher - Halloween Ghost

    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