Printable Middle School File Folder Math Games - Math Teachers, Look No Further!
42 printable math games for upper elementary and middles school students, easy-to-setup for any math class, when laminated these can be made into math board games for middle school that can be used over and over again.
WHAT IS A MATH FILE FOLDER GAME?
A Math File Folder Game fits in a folder making it easy to use and ready at a moment's notice. Very few other items are required. You'll need to construct or reproduce the included game boards and have playing cards and dice handy. A few games use other types of geometric manipulatives that are standard items in most elementary and middle school classrooms.
This value-packed book contains 42 math games that will give your students so much fun they'll forget they're actually learning mathematics! But don't be fooled. Just because games are exciting doesn't mean that they're not built upon solid educational benefits.
Students will learn basic skills, problem solving, and critical thinking across a wide variety of mathematical topics: measurement, arithmetic, algebra, and geometry.
Here are some of the specific topics covered:
congruence, similarity, perimeter, area, volume, linear measurement in standard and metric units, generating and analyzing patterns and relationships, practice and strategy with the four basic operations, understanding of fractions, both equivalence and ordering, modeling with mathematics, relationships between 2-D and 3-D objects, probability models, greatest common factor, least common multiple, prime factorization, ratio, proportion, and percent, liquid volumes, classification of angles, graphing on a coordinate plane, complementary and supplementary angles, rules for divisibility, operations with integers and rational numbers, absolute value, integer exponents, radicals, one variable equations, Pythagorean Theorem, statistical variability and measures of central tendency
Math File Folder Games also offer teachers another benefit. They align to the US Common Core Standards
and Common Core Mathematical Practices.
By using Math Games at home or in your classroom with your upper elementary, middle school, or high school kids, you can provide them with hours of fun-filled learning time. And the best part is you'll get into the spirit and enjoy yourself, too!
Here is a few Free Samples to try out:
- Factors: Multiples, Factors, Composites and Primes Game
- Equation Rummy: Solving Equations Game
- Entrapment: Transformation Math Games