The Day, Magnets, Math, Mathematics, Calculus

Classroom Layout, Magnets, Mystery, Numbers, Teaching Ideas, Math, Mathematics, Calculus

Prove it! grade Common Core math problems} - Could be used as an exit card. Adapt for algebra: give a problem and the solution. Have kids show work steps and a worm explanation.

Addition game- Players sit on opposite sides of the playing board. Players take turns rolling the dice and adding the two numbers that appear. If their answer is correct, they may cover the corresponding number on their game board.

I could totally do this with money-- dollars on a pumpkin then popsicle sticks with bills and coins that add up to the amount. Addition/subtraction sorting - child needs to determine which sticks add up to the number on the bucket.

This is a self-checking "cereal box puzzle" activity that would work well for a math center. If the student has correctly matched the cards, the box front image will be arranged properly when the cards are flipped over. Love this idea!

Solid geometric shapes - how many faces, edges, and vertices?

Not just math. Acing Math (One Deck At A Time!) is a collection of math games ranging from Kindergarten to the upper elementary grades, using only an ordinary deck of playing cards.