I gathered resources that make planning a math night so simple.
♥ Each game is saved in its own pdf file - just print or send to the adult who will supervise the game. My games were glued to display boards I purchased at the local dollar store. You might also use a large box OR the wall for your display.
♥ I've included videos that make it easy to learn the games!
♥ Choose from games for primary students, intermediate students, or both.
♥ Parents can download most of the game boards to play at home.
♥ Cards with the link for the game board and additional online games to play make it easy to extend math night at home.
♥ Can you bring technology to your math night? Have families play the online games at your event. This encourages them to play online at home.
♥ Check out the previews to see that I've included a picture of each of my displays as I set them up for a math night.
♥ You can use my set up (shown above in the preview images) or change it to fit your school. I'm just getting you started. I think it can be easier than starting from scratch.
♥ In addition to the suggestion for setting up your large room, cafeteria, or gym, I included a sign in sheet and a welcome sheet.
♥ After using these materials to host math nights at different schools, I spent HOURS
refining these materials to make it easy for you to host your very own math night. ♥
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