This game is similar to crosswords, but making equations. Young children can begin making equations using addition and subtraction and older children can make equations using multiplication and division.
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Add and subtract your way through the swamp. Young children get to practice their essential arithmetic facts while having fun. This game received an 'Oppenheim Best Toy Award'.
This game is similar to Bingo. Here is how you play it: The brightly colored cards have questions and the answers are printed on the game board. Place a tile on the answer. With five in a row, you have a Sequence!
This is a fun and simple math game called "Sumoku". The rule for this game could be as simple as 'Each line should result in a sum of 10'.
Here is how you play this game: Shake the “head” cup to roll the dice. Set the sand timer. Write as many equations from the numbers and symbols on the dice before sand runs out. This game is good for any number of players and level. This is an 'Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Seal Award Winner'.
This game board is a clever take on the classic board game Monopoly, but with math in every action. Roll the dice and move to a square to answer or figure out one of the curriculum standards-based questions to “own” the property.
Here's how you play this game: Dinosaurs rule with place value. Roll the dice to make four digit numbers. Get your dinos to their base before other players do. This is an 'Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Seal Award Winner'.
St. Patrick's Day Math Games for First Grade. Bring some green fun into the 1st grade classroom with 14 Printable St. Patrick's day math games including 9 math board games and 5 print and play math sheets. The math board games for St. Patrick's day can be printed on green paper or card or print them in color. $