Stephanie Grone

# Math games fifth grade

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### Ok… we’ve all been there. Where you peer out to your classroom and you’re having a via GIPHY Kind of day. This is seriously every teacher’s worse nightmare. What’s a teacher to do? I mean you have what you thought was a pretty good lesson planned, limited supplies, and of course hardly any time […]

Suzie Ruskowski

### BOOM! Sink the ships in this free printable, Hundreds Chart Battleship math game to help kindergarteners counting with 100s chart.

Arielle Borre

### Do you have at least one to two weeks left of school? Do you want your students ENGAGED in school until the end?? If you said YES, then there is a Math Game Board Project for you and your students! CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD This is seriously, hands down the best way to end the school year with your students. Every year I end with the End of Year Math Game Board Project is a happy year for my students and I. I am able to pack up my room, finish grading, and I don't have to stay after school…

Jill Rauwerdink

### What do you get when you mix math and card games? An excellent way to learn math facts. Check out this list of 20+ math card games for fun and learning.

Danielle Dee

### Fabulous for math revision, check out these 10 fun math dice games! Includes place value, number facts, fractions & geometry games played with dice.

Leigh-Ann Dozier

### Trashketball is my favorite review game for middle school or high school kids. It works with any topic (I use it in math) and my students LOVE it. FREE DOWNLOAD

April L

### Grab these free printable games for math facts practice at school or home! You’ll get a total of 40 games for students to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Great for building math facts fluency!

Christina Inferrera-Davies

### If you're not making time for math games, your students are missing out! Check out these 5 math games every classroom needs to play!

Brittany Norris

### It was my second year of teaching 3rd grade when I decided to move towards a math workshop model. My students were struggling with many math concepts and whole group instruction was not helping. The idea of math centers sounds great, but it can quickly get overwhelming. I’ve listed some problems I faced and also […]

Amanda Hull