Calendar Twister Game
Here's a fun and active idea from The Mailbox
for helping your students understand the calendar. (I think it would work better in small groups with a classroom volunteer, though.
from The Mailbox
Ring the Bell
Autumn Leaf Fight
The Mad Rush
Standardized Test Prep
Treats on a Card
Multi-use Game Boards
The Human Game Board
Tell and Pick
Flashcard Hang Ups
Send a Card
Pitch the Penny
These little flashcards work well for students. Run off enough for each child on cover or card stock, and when they are working on a new set of facts, you can give them the appropriate set of flashcards to practice with at school or at home. Several children can play a flashcard game, each using their own set of cards. These cards have the problem and answer printed on one side, and just the problem on the other side. Use the problem and answer side to learn the facts, and the problem only side to practice them. (It's hard to find cards with the problem and answer together, which is very important for learning the facts!)
Addition Facts FlashcardsBugs' Life of Doubles
Subtraction Facts Flashcards
Multiplication Facts Flashcards
Division Facts Flashcards
--Addition Doubles Game by Peace and Blessings. A cute idea for a center game working on addition of double numbers.
Math Facts Charts
These charts have two versions on the page--color and black/white. You can learn something about the students by letting them choose which one to use!
Addition and Subtraction ChartMeasurement
Multiplication and Division Chart
These 7 inch/17 cm rulers can be printed on card stock. Send them home, give everyone a ruler for their desk, and one to keep in their backpack. They resemble the rulers used on standardized tests, so your students will be very comfortable with them by the time testing arrives.
Coin Clip Art
Use these image files to make money games and flashcards.
Let your kiddos find out who's on our currency. Two levels: 2-3
grades coins only (page 1) and 4-6 grades, coins and bills (pages 2-3).
Base Ten Clip Art
This set of clip art contains 4 sets of base ten blocks (white, blue, red, and yellow) containing 1 unit block, 2 10 sticks, 1 100 block, and a 1,000 cube. Use them to make your own game cards, worksheets, and test review materials. 300 dpi with transparent backgrounds.
If you're looking for worksheets, check out Math Aids.com
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