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Three great games!
1 – Treasure Hunt, A Graphing Game: Students will so enjoy this engaging activity they won’t realize they are learning about coordinate graphing.Moving the “buck” allows you to teach graphing in the first (positive) quadrant or in all four.You can even rotate the buck so students can practice working with slope and reciprocals.
2 – Target Number, Developing Decimal Sense: This game can be a warm up, an end of class filler, or a full lesson plan.Students effortlessly develop an understanding of decimal place value, number magnitude, and proportional reasoning.You can vary the complexity to adjust to the skill level of your class.Students can also work with integer division and develop a sense of irrational numbers.
3 – Pins & Posts, A Strategic Game of Geometry: This is a thought-provoking game that helps students build their understanding of the properties of polygons while promoting geometric vocabulary.Each problem has many solutions, and students will be challenged to improve their score by improving their geometry skills