Please know that these games mostly allow students to improve their math fluency through skill practice, but not necessarily concept-development.
I created these for use in my classroom when I taught math. These games are great for students who finish early in class, as they require NO PREP from you as long as you have a couple decks of playing cards and dice available for students. The directions are also simple enough that students can easily "play" these games without needing your assistance. (Although I do recommend you explaining them once.) They are also great to give to parents as ideas for unconventional homework/review if a student is struggling with a certain math skill. On days without LAMPS, you might also pull out these games to give students some review time, but also allow them to work in groups on something fun and competitive.
When I used these games, I put them in sheet protectors and hung them from command hooks on one of my walls with labels. Students could grab one and put them back without disturbing the class. They can be played alone, but they are more fun in pairs or groups of 3! :
On the next pages, you will find the following games.
1. Geography Multiplication (reviews the names of the 50 states and multiplication facts)
2. Subtraction with Regrouping Practice
3. Multiplication Practice (students compete to try to draw numbers that result in the biggest product)
4. Addition Practice
5. Place Value Review Games (2 ways to play - get to the biggest number OR Ways to Write a Number)
6. Rounding Review
7. Get to that Number! (a multiplication challenge where students have an answer and must create a two-step problem to match it)
8. Fraction Games (4 ways to play - simplify fractions , add/subtract fractions, compare fractions , and turn improper fractions into mixed numbers) (They are on the same page now, but feel free to make them each a separate page).