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Transformation Math Games - Translation, Rotation, Reflection Games: Recognize motion as a slide (translation), turn (rotation) or a flip (reflection)This visually challenging game helps students understand congruence through translation (slides),
Subjects:
Math, Geometry, Measurement
4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, Homeschool
Types:
Activities, Games, Centers
FREE
181
Telling Time I Have.... Who Has? Game Replace your boring telling time worksheets with this fun game! "I Have, Who Has" time game is a great way to teach time to the hour and half hour (and to the nearest 5 minutes). Students practice reading
Subjects:
Math, Measurement
Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Homeschool
Types:
Homework, Games, Centers
\$3.00
19
Measurement Activities! Measurement Activities! I think teaching measurement shouldÂ be fun because there are so many real world questions kids ask every day that are answered using the vocabulary and concepts of measurement. - How big am I? How
Subjects:
Measurement
2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, Homeschool
Types:
Activities, Games, Centers
\$11.00
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The Pythagorean Rules! Game gives kids the opportunity to practice solving the Pythagorean equation, which states that the square of the length of the hypotenuse of a right triangle is equal to the sum of the squares of the lengths of the other
Subjects:
Math, Measurement, Numbers
7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, Homeschool
Types:
Activities, Games, Centers
\$1.00
44
The objective of the game is to properly reflect, rotate and translate a figure based on a given set of instructions. Prepare the deck of cards by splitting it into two smaller decks. The first deck is composed of all the faced cards and one 10
Subjects:
Basic Operations, Measurement, Numbers
5th, 6th, 7th
Types:
Homework, Games, Centers
\$3.00
1
The Tangled Angles Game is a great way to get kids to develop an understanding of the different types of angles and to distinguish between acute, obtuse, right, straight, and reflex angles. Sometimes kids have a hard time understanding why a
Subjects:
Math, Measurement, Other (Math)
3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, Homeschool
Types:
Activities, Games, Centers
\$1.00
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Estimate and measure the perimeter of irregular shapes Math File Folder GamesÂ are specifically designed for students in the 5th-8th grade!!! Covering such topics as Shapes and Space Games, Number Operations Games, Number Concepts Games, Patterns
Subjects:
Math, Measurement, Other (Math)
3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
Types:
Activities, Games, Centers
\$1.99
12
Baseball Ratios and Proportions Activity Your students can work in pairs to compare a regular sized bat and a miniature bat:following these steps: 1. Measure the length of the souvenir bat in centimeters. 2. Measure the height of the student
Subjects:
Math, Fractions, Measurement
5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, Homeschool
Types:
Centers
FREE
11
The So Very Close! Game is almost a science experiment. Kids take different objects, place them in water inside a graduated cylinder, and then they measure how much water each object displaces. It's a good idea to have students work on a surface
Subjects:
Math, Measurement
3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, Homeschool
Types:
Activities, Games, Centers
\$1.99
10
Each student will need a milk carton filled with good soil, bean seeds, string to support the plants, graph paper to record results, a pencil and a ruler to measure the growth. You need a sunny window to put the plants near as well.... Get the
Subjects:
Measurement
1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, Homeschool
Types:
Activities, Games, Centers
\$1.00
3
The Being Complementary Game gives kids a chance to work with a protractor to determine the measures of two complementary angles. One thing that will become immediately apparent as they play this game is that there are a lot of different ways to
Subjects:
Math, Measurement
4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, Homeschool
Types:
Activities, Games, Centers
\$1.99
3
Rules: The objective of the game is to complete a puzzle by converting one unit to another specified unit. The game is similar to a crossword puzzle except that the words are replaced with numbers. The player must fill each white squares with the
Subjects:
Basic Operations, Measurement, Numbers
5th, 6th, 7th
Types:
Homework, Games, Centers
\$4.00
The Boxes Game helps kids tie together a formula for volume, with a 2-D representation of the rectangular prism, with an actual 3-D prism built with hexa-link cubes. This game offers students an opportunity to understand the concept of volume more
Subjects:
Math, Geometry, Measurement
5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, Homeschool
Types:
Activities, Games, Centers
\$1.99
5
Shapes on Their Casual Wear {Math Clipart} {Math Clipart for Classroom & Commercial Use} Shapes on their casual wear is a clip art package designed for kids. The shapes are designed to attract the attention of the kids. It is designed with
Subjects:
Math, Geometry, Measurement
PreK, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, Homeschool
Types:
Printables, Clip Art, By TpT Sellers for TpT Sellers
\$1.00
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Students will work in pairs. They each need pencils, rulers, bulletin board paper (one sheet for each student big enough to trace bodies), a life-size cut out of Abe Lincoln (Draw and measure this, or ask the art teacher for help!) hung up on the
Subjects:
Measurement
2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, Homeschool
Types:
Activities, Games, Centers
\$3.00
5
Area and Perimeter Games The Around and In Game gives students an opportunity to compare linear measurement, such as perimeter (cm or inches), to area measurement (square centimeters or square inches). It's important for students to realize that
Subjects:
Math, Geometry, Measurement
3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
Types:
Printables, Games, Centers
\$1.99
5
This game will help students learn to measure by practicing on various objects. Write down a list of different measurements, such as 1 inch, 6 inches, 2 feet, 1 yard and give students a copy of the list. Students will walk around the classroom or
Subjects:
Measurement
1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, Homeschool
Types:
Activities, Games, Centers
\$1.00
2
Tape the yardstick (meter stick) to the table top. One player shuffles the deck and places it face-down in the center of the table. Each player starts with her marker at the 0-point of the yardstick. The first player to the left of the shuffler
Subjects:
Measurement
1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, Homeschool
Types:
Homework, Games, Centers
\$3.00
\$1.00
3
The objective of the game is to find the area of rectangles and squares Game Play: On a turn, player 1 will draw 2 cards and will consider it as the base and height of a rectangle. The Player will solve for the area of the rectangle and the
Subjects:
Basic Operations, Geometry, Measurement
5th, 6th, 7th
Types:
Homework, Games, Centers
\$2.00
3
Using the Metric System {Measurement Activity} Divide your class into groups of four and, first, have students measure and record the length of each memberâ€™s smile in their group. Have them compare their results with all members of the group.
Subjects:
Measurement
2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, Homeschool
Types:
Activities, Centers
\$1.00
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Justin Holladay: I'm a Math Teacher and now iOS Game designer, I have a passion for helping students reinforce essential math skills which has led me in attaining my B.Ed. and B.A.S. in Mathematics/Science from the University of Lethbridge.

When I'm not in the classroom sharing mymath apps or collaborating with teachers on new ways to implement best practices using the math games, I'm in my secret lab developing and designing new printable math games to be utilized in the classroom.

MY TEACHING STYLE

# 6 Benefits of Math Games for Kids

There's more to math than 2+2, so it shouldn't come as a surprise that interactive math games for kids will have a bigger impact on your students than just improving their ability to add. Here are six tangible, real-world benefits of math games that you could be taking advantage of today.

## 1. Math Games Help with Problem Solving Skills

It's the lament of math teachers worldwide that students would rather be kicking a soccer ball than memorizing their multiplication tables. If you incorporate the same numbers into games, challenges and word problems, however, you'll turn the exercise on its head and give them a reason to care. Cool math games for kids will entice them to learn much more than cut-and-dry lessons.

## 2. Math Games Help with Better Cooperation

The most fun math games for kids are the ones where students work together in teams to reach a common goal. In addition to making math an exciting, enjoyable subject with the thrill of competition, group games will also encourage sharing, communication and cooperation among peers. They'll have to talk to each other and strategize together to win.

## 3. Math Games Help with Critical Thought

Speaking of strategy, math games are one of the best ways to open a child's mind to higher-level thinking. For example, budgeting or financial games will require them to think ahead and plan for the future. Factoring games (free) will force them to consider multiple solutions before deciding on the best one. They'll need to think sideways, creatively, instead of just tackling problems head-on, and this is a skill that will benefit them for their entire lives.

## 4. Math Games Help with Stronger Academic Performance Overall

Math games improve more than just counting. For example, printable math games for kids will also require them to read, write and comprehend words, so they'll be boosting their literacy skills while also developing their mathematical ones. All of the important thinking areas of the brain will be fully engaged.

## 5. Math Games Help with Improved Self-Confidence

Many students are insecure about their math skills. They tend to internalize their failures or buy into stereotypes like "I'm never going to get it" or "I'm too much of a girl to be good at math." Math games can help reverse these attitudes and perceptions. With every win, the child will have more and more faith that they can understand math, and this confidence will seep into their other subjects too.

## 6. Math Games Help with Added Value to Math as a Subject

If you're an algebra teacher, you've probably heard this one before: "But what am I going to do with it?" Math games will ensure that children never ask this question. They'll have seen and applied math to a variety of subjects, problems and events throughout their early childhood education, so they'll grow up understanding how useful and necessary it is.

These are just a few of the benefits you'll enjoy when you incorporate math games into the classroom. You don't have to break the bank for them, either. You can find plenty of low-cost and free math games for kids in my TPT store. Good luck! Happy counting!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

My websites (MathFileFolderGames.com) is among the HomeSchool.com Top 100 Educational Websites of 2016!

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

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Oh, I also strongly believe that math games are a great tool to involve parents, guardians, siblings and other important people in the child's life. It is a great way to facilitate the home and school connection.

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Math should be fun!!