# Math Carnival Games Bundle

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1. This provides instructions on how to make a Bucket Toss game where students put numbered bean bags into the correct numerical order, then try to toss them into buckets for tickets or points. It can be used as a stand alone review of ordering numbers or it can be used as one of many games in a carn
2. Students practice mean, median, mode, and range by pulling ducks from a carnival themed duck pond game. This game can be used as a stand alone in a math center or as one of many games in a math carnival as my school does. You can adjust the difficulty by the numbers on the ducks, how many duck
3. Students practice ordering numbers by creating a pyramid of cups, including equivalent numbers. This activity can be used at almost any grade level depending on the numbers you use. It can be used as a stand alone review of ordering and equivalent numbers or it can be used as one of many games i
4. This provides instructions on how to make a carnival style throwing game where students throw coins into pizza boxes to get a problem about unit price and/or % off. The file contains the directions to make the game pieces. Picture and description of how to set up and play the game. Example problem
5. This provides instructions on how to make a carnival style game about line or angle relationships. Students review concepts like Skew, Parallel, and Perpendicular or Adjacent, Supplementary, Complementary, Alternate Interior or Exterior Angles, etc.The file contains the directions to make the game
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5 Math Carnival Games that cover:

Ordering and Comparing Numbers

Basic Statistics - mean, mode, median, range

Equivalent Fractions and Decimals

Unit Price and % off

Angle or Line Relationships

Each Game has instructions on how to create the game pieces, how to setup the game, and how to play the game. Printable resources for signs and questions are available on some games. Answer Keys are provided when possible.

Each game can be used as a stand alone review or it can be used as one of many games in a carnival like activity. My school uses it in a day long Math Carnival that students participate in about a month before our state tests.

The games were created for our 7th grade math carnival, but most can be adapted to other levels or other concepts as needed.

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