# Elementary math games

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### Grab a TON of FREE Math Mania Games to strengthen your students' addition & subtraction! Snag easy printable math games for 1st & 2nd grade!

Danielle Bryant saved to 1st Grade

### This simple math game with Uno cards can be used to help children revise number facts and times tables, and to practise writing mathematical equations.

Darcy Smith saved to Homeschool math

### There's a good chance you have a pack of UNO cards at home or in your classroom. Here are 5 math games you can play with them.

Anna-Kaisa Roikonen saved to lapsille

### Walk the Plank is a fun game that students can play to practice their basic addition facts. Students love it so much they don't even realize they are practicing their math

Jill Engel saved to Math

### First grade fractions activities and ideas to practice partitioning shapes into equal parts

Mrs B Teaches Me saved to Math in my Class

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### This post contains affiliate links to products I recommend. Read my full disclosure statement. Learning to add money, make change, and compare money amounts are skills that are coming up in our money unit. I've been working on putting together lots of fun games and engaging opportunities to practice. Here are some money activities for second grade

Stephanie Wilson saved to Teach

### Rush Hour Game This fun activity turns practicing telling time into a race to see who can get to the next hour faster. But be careful, in this game, time can go backwards. Your child will have a blast practicing time-telling in this fast-paced game! What you need: 2 play clocks with hands that can be moved …

Enza's Bargains saved to Teaching and Education

### Didn't I promise a new product?! Yep! And I am good on my word. Here ya go! These are great for your math and literacy centers. I am so happy with them! Click on any of the pictures to see more and to go to my TpT store. Roll a die and read the numbers across the row next to the number you rolled. Then write the numbers in the boxes on the blank sheet that is also included in the bundle. Here is the Roll It! Read It! Write It! being used in a center. I had the sheets laminated and had the…

Sherry Moore saved to Math Games