Targeting your students' specific needs, this pack of Fast to 100/Fast to 500 includes three of the engaging games designed to build number sense. Your students will ask to replay Fast to 100/500 again and again.
Why do we play Fast to 100+ number sense games?
• The Fast to 100 series of Math Game teaches number sense. Our goal is to stretch a student’s math thinking process.
• Number sense is important because it encourages students to think flexibly, builds mental math skills and improves math confidence.
• Fast 100/Fast to 500 works with building larger numbers in a math game format.
• Fast to 100/Fast to 500 poses multiple problems with many possible answers to improve math reasoning.
• Strong number sense is required for complex math skills.
✔3 games focused on the numbers 100-500
✔Game: First to 100
✔Game: First to 300
✔Game First to 500
✔ Sample Game included!
✔Clear and concise directions given
✔Use during game day, at a center or as a homework assignment.
✔Extra thinking is required before the last roll.
✔Student Feedback on best strategy is included in each game.
Why Teachers Love It!
☺ It’s easy to differentiate for the needs of the students in your class.
☺ First to 500 games gives the students plenty of practice on developing number sense and working with larger numbers.
☺ Students are exposed to multiple standards, keeping their skills sharp.
☺ Playing games gives each student more time to actually work on math skills.
☺Students are required to think and be strategic.
☺ Parents appreciate the thinking and challenge of the First to 100/First to 500 games (if using as homework).
☺ Teachers can easily see where students are still struggling with number sense.
☺ Homework completion rates increase! (if using as homework)
☺ Most math textbook series contain few opportunities to practice number sense with large numbers. First to 500 and beyond series helps to develop that number grid that students build in their mathematical mind.
Look for our Series of Fast to 1000, Fast to 100,000 and Fast to 1 Million and beyond--all designed to build students' number sense.