# Boxes: Finding Volume Game

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 […]

# Flip: Percentage Games

Pay What You Want, You can download it free and if you find value in it come back and pay what you feel it’s worth. I normally sell this game for \$3 on TeachersPayTeachers. if […]

# Half N Half: Improper Fractions Games and Mixed Numbers Games

Pay What You Want, You can download it free and if you find value in it come back and pay what you feel it’s worth. I normally sell this game for \$3 on TeachersPayTeachers. if […]

# Spin to Win: Probability Games

The Spin to Win Game is a great introduction to simple probability. In a classroom setting, you can begin by letting the students play the game for awhile, collect their blocks, and observe the patterns […]

# Swap Meet: Math Games Patterns

Swap Meet is an intriguing game which challenges students to understand patterns of arithmetic sequences. As the die is rolled, students build columns that represent each number in the sequence. The colors don’t have a […]

# Getting in Shape: Geometry Math Games

The Getting in Shape game gives kids the opportunity to build some models of 3-D geometric figures. Three simple pieces are all that are needed to make these models. A square, a triangle, and elastic […]

# Fraction Relay: Proper Fractions Games

Pay What You Want, You can download it free and if you find value in it come back and pay what you feel it’s worth. I normally sell this game for \$3 on TeachersPayTeachers. if […]

# Fraction Switch: Proper Fractions Games

Pay What You Want, You can download it free and if you find value in it come back and pay what you feel it’s worth. I normally sell this game for \$3 on TeachersPayTeachers. if […]

# Estimate ‘N Measure: Measurement Game

This Estimate ‘N Measure game gives kids the opportunity to measure an irregular shape. Some kids may never have thought about how they could find the length of something that they can’t use a ruler […]