# 3rd & 4th Grade File Folder Math Games

## 3rd & 4th Grade File Folder Math Games

Make math super easy for 3rd & 4th grade students. (Also great for older students who struggle with their basic facts!)

Our innovative teaching method is especially designed to make learning mathematics fun and enjoyable, especially for students who are struggling in the subject. Teachers and parents can take advantage of our large collection of printable math games, which encourage learning in a less stressful environment.

We know how difficult mathematics can be. Our breakthrough products are designed to ease the troubles that a 3rd or 4th grade student normally encounters when presented with a complex mathematics problem.

The common struggles of 3rd and 4th grade students in mathematics are the topics of multiplication and division. We focused on this issue, so we came up with 55 math games that will exclusively cover these topics. We have a few samples ready for download for teachers and parents to check out.

# \$14 OR

## What are printable math games?

Also called as folder games, these helpful resources can be downloaded and then printed on a letter-sized bond paper. The printed materials should be glued to a folder or any cardboard so that it can used be just like any other game board. The games are usually played with dice, cards, and other geometric materials that are usually available in classrooms.

We have patterned many of the activities with games are popular among children. There are special versions of tic-tac-toe, rummy, and boggle games in the suite. Of course, there are new and very interesting games included there as well, and most of them are ideal for a classroom or group setup.

Teachers and students who have already tried the games have nothing but wonderful things to say about the product.

Here are some of them:
“This is a fantastic set! My students love the games, and I enjoy hearing the mathematical conversations that are the result of playing the game.”

“Excellent resource! I’m excited to use these with my students!”

The Benefits of Printable Math Games

Students have different levels of learning abilities. It is always upon the teacher to determine how his or her student is receptive of the lessons being taught. Using educational games to enlighten students about a particular subject matter can further extend their interest and attention to their lessons. The other benefits of printable math games are as follows:

1. Children become more motivated to learn.
2. Students get more active in class.
3. Students see the practical applications of mathematical theories.
4. The games improve a student’s problem-solving ability.
5. Students get to interact with each other more.
6. Teachers can easily the areas that a particular student is having difficulties in.

To get your students started on these games, download the sample materials today. A few examples of the other 3rd and 4th grade math games included in the file folder package are:

## And a whole lot more!

The 3rd & 4th Grade File Folder Math Games is a book that contains 55 math games that are especially developed to help students, as well as their teachers and parents, accelerate learning in the classroom or at home. The topics covered in the games match the current mathematics curriculum offered in schools.

Some games designed for two players. Others can be played by big groups. There are games that are ideal for students to do at home. Parents can also take advantage of this book to further help their kids understand math concepts without going through the pain or rigorous tutorials.

Here are more testimonials to the effectiveness of this game in achieving a student’s learning goals:
“My kids enjoyed the few games I purchased that I decided to just get the whole lot. I gave out copies to other kids, and they raved about it too. They tell me which ones they wanted to play first. Because of this book, we now have File Folder Friday!”– Susan M.

“My students really love these games. We have only used several but their overall response was 100% positive.” – Brianna B

### How to use the File Folder Math Games in the Classroom

We developed this learning material with the ultimate goal of helping children excel in mathematics. We want them to take full advantage of the benefits of this book. For students and teachers to have a successful file folder math game experience inside the classroom, below is a list of things that we suggest:

1. Pick games that are aligned with the mathematics lesson of the day.
2. Integrate the games in the lesson plan to maximize their effects.
3. Adapt the games to the learning abilities and needs of the students.
4. Observe student individually as they play the game to determine their level of understanding of the subject matter.

The File Folder Math Games book also comes in versions for 1st and 2nd grade students, middle school students, and 6th graders. We encourage teachers to pick the set that matches the grade level of their students.

File Folder Math Games come in a very affordable price. We encourage you to try some of the games before making the purchase. That way, you can gauge how effective these materials can be. Simply download the sample games here to get started.

The three free games included in the sample package are:

### In and Out Division

These educational games are guaranteed to provide a fun yet enriching activity for kids and students. Even teachers and parents will find them enjoyable. Join the group of teachers and parents that have used the product. Their children and students are now enjoying the benefits of the learning system.

These games had immensely helped them in learning the topics that are covered in the games. Eventually, they have developed appreciation for all math subjects in general. Start the kids young. Show them how to enjoy mathematics the way it should be.

# \$14

### You can purchase this book on TPT or on My Website

#### CCSS

Tic-Tac-Toe, Multiples of Ten Will Do………. [3.NBT.A.3]
Eat More and Win! ……………………………….. [3.OA.A.1]
Group of Remainders……………………….. [3.OA.A.2]
Attacker and Defender of the Cards v2…… [3.OA.C.7]
Card Skipping………………………………… [3.OA.C.7]
Conqueror……………………………………. [3.OA.C.7]
Dice Slap Multiplication……………………… [3.OA.C.7]
Divide to Finish………………………………. [3.OA.C.7]
Even or Odd Multiplication………………….. [3.OA.C.7]
Finding Equivalence…………………………. [3.OA.C.7]
GO Cards Multiplication…………………….. [3.OA.C.7]
Make 4…………………………………………… [3.OA.C.7]
Multiplication Boggle………………………… [3.OA.C.7]
Multiplication War…………………………….. [3.OA.C.7]
Multiplying Patterns…………………………… [3.OA.C.7]
Product Grid…………………………………….. [3.OA.C.7]
Product Race…………………………………… [3.OA.C.7]
Shout Out Loud………………………………… [3.OA.C.7]
Slap It Zero and 10…………………………… [3.OA.C.7]
Where I Belong………………………………… [3.OA.C.7]
Double Trouble………………………………… [3.OA.C.7][3.NBT.A.2]
Target Estimate , ……………………………… [4.NBT.A.3]
Beat the BANK Multiplication………………… [4.NBT.B.5]
Color My Product………………………………. [4.NBT.B.5]
Go Multiply Fish………………………………… [4.NBT.B.5]
In and Out Multiplication……………………… [4.NBT.B.5]
Slap It – 2 Digit by 1 Digit Multiplication……. [4.NBT.B.5]
T-Ball Multiplication…………………………… [4.NBT.B.5]
The Bigger Product…………………………… [4.NBT.B.5]
Around the World……………………………… [4.NBT.B.5][4.NBT.B.6]
Mental Stretch………………………………….. [4.NBT.B.5][4.NBT.B.6]
Mul-Div Combo…………………………………. [4.NBT.B.5][4.NBT.B.6]
Old Maid Multiplication and Division………… [4.NBT.B.5][4.NBT.B.6]
Baseball Multiplication……………………….. [4.NBT.B.5][4.OA.B.4]
Baseball Division………………………………. [4.NBT.B.6]
Beat the BANK Division……………………… [4.NBT.B.6]
Division War…………………………………….. [4.NBT.B.6]
Dog Chasing d’ Cat…………………………… [4.NBT.B.6]
In and Out Division…………………………… [4.NBT.B.6]
Minimizing the Remainder…………………… [4.NBT.B.6]
Race to 30 Division…………………………… [4.NBT.B.6]
Slap It – 2 Digit by 1 Digit Division………….. [4.NBT.B.6]
T-Ball Division………………………………….. [4.NBT.B.6]
The Left Over…………………………………… [4.NBT.B.6]
A Roll of the Dice………………………………. [4.OA.B.4]
Am I In or Out? ………………………………… [4.OA.B.4]
Climb DivisiMonkey…………………………… [4.OA.B.4]
Finding Factors…………………………………. [4.OA.B.4]
Which is Which? ………………………………. [4.OA.B.4]

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#### Multiply & Divide Posters/Anchor Charts with Cards for Students (\$24 Value)

Included in this bundle is 22 Multiplication & Division Posters/Anchor Charts to put on your Math Vocabulary board to use as a reference.

Also included is a 24inch x 36inch (poster size) JPEG file, so you can get the actual poster printed. Just take to your local copy shop and have it printed in poster size.

Along with the poster there are also cards to use as bookmarks for a quick reference the cards are also GREAT to glue into the students Math Journals. Students really enjoy using and putting these in their math binders!