Photo credit: Coolmath.com LLC. With Number Twins, players add two numbers together whose sum equals the target number. For example, if the target number is 6, then a player could click on 6 & 0, 4 & 2, or 3 & 3. When the board is cleared, the game is won. Save
Nessy provides multiple strategies for remembering how to multiply by zero. Photo credit: Nessy Learning LLC Nessy provides multiple strategies for remembering how to multiply by four. Photo credit: Nessy Learning LLC Nessy provides multiple strategies for remembering how to multiply by seven. Photo credit: Nessy Learning LLC Nessy provides multiple strategies for remembering how […]
Photo credit: MathGames by TeachMe, Inc. Zombie Math allows students to practice math skills from pre-K to 8th grade. I did not include this game with pre-K and Kindergarten math, because of the zombies. However, 1st graders can practice earlier skills with this game, if they wish.
Photo credit: The iMums iMums & SlimCricket has put together several videos to teach students the multiplication tables by using visuals. An example of number 4 can be found as a video here. There is a free iPad App that students use to practice number 4. It looks like the full version, which includes the […]
Photo credit: Fupa Math Lines is a fun addition game where students practice shooting one numbered ball towards another one, in a line of numbered balls, that together add up to ten. Coolmathgames.com has a version that allows you to select from a total of 4 to 15. Math Lines: XFactor is a fun game […]
Photo credit: Planning Playtime Uno Addition is a fun way for students to learn addition. I like this activity for many reasons: this is low prep, as the Uno cards randomly generate the numbers used in each equation; it is kinethetic, as students get to put the blocks together to build the amount; it is […]
Photo credit: MathGames Age Of Math is a game that helps students practice math skills from Pre-K math to Algebra. The challenges are complex too. It takes several throws to successfully get objects thrown to the correct targets.
Photo credit: MathGames King of Math is a game designed to match the common core standards for math. In spite the fighting aspect of the game, I do like that the skills practiced automatically switch to the next difficulty level seamlessly while playing the game. However, this might be uncomfortable for younger players who may […]
Photo credit: MrNussbaum.com Mathemorphosis is a game where students can practice their addition and subtraction. Each time a player gets a correct answer, the caterpillar eats another leaf and grows in size until it is ready to go through metamorphosis. Players correct answers continue the development until the caterpillar emerges as a butterfly and flies […]
Photo credit: MrNussbaum.com The Big Yellow Bus is a game where students race the clock to get several kids seated on the bus. To do so, players need to match the kid with the addition equation with the seat number that answers the equation correctly.