# Percentage Snape: Percentage Games

The Percentage Snap game gives kids the opportunity to test their mental math when it comes to fraction-percentage equivalencies. This is a game of speed and mental agility. Some fractions will be easy for kids […]

# Being Complementary: Classify Pairs of Angles Game

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 […]

# Above ‘n Bellow Battleship: Graphing & Pattern Game

The Above ‘n Below Battleship game gives kids a chance to work with a coordinate graphing system using a fun and exciting new spin. The first player picks two points on the grid that represent […]

# All The Same To Me: Fraction Games

The All The Same to Me Game reinforces students’ understanding of the equivalence between improper fractions and mixed numbers. It’s quite challenging to come up with four versions of the same improper fraction in different […]

# Triplet: Probability Game

The Triplet Game gives kids a chance to match the value on cards to the value they roll on a die. When two players play against each other, it’s a fast-paced race to see which […]

# Tangled Angles: Math Angle Games

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 […]

# In Your Prime – Prime Math Games

The “In Your Prime” Game is based on The Sieve of Eratosthenes, which is an ancient method of finding the prime numbers. Students will need to understand the rules of divisibility well in order to […]

# So Very Close: Volume & Displacement Game

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 […]

# Not So Common Multiples: GCF and LCM Games

Something about using playing cards makes working with numbers seem like a game instead of just a series of calculations to complete on paper. The Not So Common Multiples Game takes advantage of the fun […]

# Pattern Detective: Math Games Patterns

This fun Pattern Detective Game gives kids a chance to create and guess patterns. At the beginning you’ll have to display some sample patterns on the board. Their patterns definitely need to have some underlying […]