Math Games & Stations or Centers

These are math games with and without technology and ideas for creating math stations or centers.
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Roll to 100! FREE, no prep game up on the blog, with three different ways to play this game!

Roll to 100 partner game for day of school. All you need is a hundred chart, a die, and two colors of crayons, pencils, or markers.

No Prep Addition Game

No Prep Addition Game

Frog Spot: No Prep Addition Game- Wow! This is a fantastic way to show bonding and decomposing!

a TON of roll & cover games! christmas, thanksgiving, and anytime! For different grade levels, K-3

40 Roll and Cover "Bump" Cool Math Games

Hands on Addition. A fun math activity for kids to visually work on addition- great for kindergarten and first grade!

Kindergarten Addition Activity

I love this Number BINGO math game for kids! So excited that it practices those tricky teen numbers too. Fun activity for kindergarten.

I love this Number BINGO math game for kids! So excited that it practices those tricky teen numbers too. Fun activity for kindergarten. You can play it whole class or in small groups as a math center

my favorite addition math stations. This one is called "in and out". The students simply drop a handful of cubes onto the in and out board. They record the number in the circle for the first addend and the cubes outside of the circle as the 2nd addend. Then solve the number sentence. The kids really like it!

This math station is called "in and out". The students simply drop a handful of cubes onto the in and out board. They record the number in the circle for the first addend and the cubes outside of the circle as the addend. Then solve the number sentence.

Can You Make It? Math Game - great game for differentiating.

Math Game - great game for differentiating. We played this today in Year Safe to say the children LOVED it!

Math Games! I want to play Drop Out tomorrow! It's a little sad that I enjoy new games as much as the kids!

First Grade Place Value games, but could be made for Math Games! I want to play Drop Out tomorrow! It's a little sad that I enjoy new games as much as the kids!

The Factor Game is a fantastic math game to help students practice both factors and strategy!

The Factor Game is a fantastic math game to help students practice both factors and strategy!

Subtraction Games! with things I have already.

Subtraction Games! (Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons)

Making Tens - Build number sense by reinforcing the math strategy of making ten. Teach students to make 10 to add and strengthen their mental math skills. Grab the FREE addition game Find the Ten Within.

The Power of Making Tens

Build Number Sense - What is Ten-ness? When kids develop the concept of ten-ness, they have a deeper understanding of number relationships. They are also better equipped to perform mental math. Making 10 is a powerful strategy to help develop this math s

Using 10 to Add is full of games and activities to engage your students in using ten to add +9 and +8 facts. Activities Include: Equal Equations (three different ways to play), Use the Facts Board Game, Four-in-a-Row, Number Puzzles, and Addition Chart Fill-in. #firstgrademath

Using 10 to Add (+9 and +8) Games & Activities

Using 10 to Add is full of games and activities to engage your students in using ten to add and facts. Activities Include: Equal Equations (three different ways to play), Use the Facts Board Game, Four-in-a-Row, Number Puzzles, and Addition Chart Fill-in.

Place value to 1000 - including multiple representations.

Base Ten War to 1000 (A Place Value Game)

Kids Play Cards! (Numbers 1-10) This deck of cards was created for children to explore and learn quantities for #’s 1-10. Visual representations of numbers are powerful ways to help students’ recognize and remember the quantity each numeral represents. A set of numeral cards is included to add to the games after the children are very comfortable recognizing quantity. Instructions for Number Memory Match, I Want Your Number! and The Game of Compare are included.

Subitizing and Number Sense Kids Play Cards

Kids Play Cards! (Numbers 1-10) This deck of cards was created for children to explore and learn quantities for #’s 1-10. Visual representations of numbers are powerful ways to help students’ recognize and remember the quantity each numeral represents. A set of numeral cards is included to add to the games after the children are very comfortable recognizing quantity. Instructions for Number Memory Match, I Want Your Number! and The Game of Compare are included.

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