I have always used games as a way to review math concepts. However, TpT has challenged me to make them more meaningful, relevant, and attractive. My students are more likely to buy in when the game has a polished look, clear instructions, and directly relates to the skills they have been learning in class. I have refined many of my own games that are available at Free to Discover. There are also some wonderful games from other sellers that I would like to highlight in this post.
Just a closer look at some of the interactive notebook templates from my Interactive Notebook Templates 1000+. Print on some colored paper for some added fun! These are versatile for math, reading, social studies, science, and more! Use for any grade level too! Easy to customize!
Interactive Notebook Pocket - how to make one in three easy steps! I use this all the time! Whenever I need the kids to make a notebook pocket for their interactive notebook. I project the PDF from my laptop or put a print out under the ELMO.
This Algebra substitute lesson was a life saver when I got sick. No prep sub lessons for high school math and algebra 1 can be so hard to find! This fun substitute teacher worksheet had 4 different mini activities to keep the students engaged when I had to be out sick and leave my math students with a sub unexpectedly. I will be using this worksheet every year for a sub lesson. It really was no prep! All I had to do was print the worksheet & leave with a sub for my Algebra st