### Learn how to play this fun place value game and download your free Place Value Yahtzee score sheets.

amy mcmullen

Discover Pinterest’s best ideas and inspiration for Fifth grade math games free. Get inspired and try out new things.

Learn how to play this fun place value game and download your free Place Value Yahtzee score sheets.

amy mcmullen

If you are looking to add some fun math review to your middle school classroom, math games are the perfect fit. These versatile activities can be used in small math groups, math centers, math workshop, as review math games, or as a teacher vs. class game. Since I have spent so much time creating gam

Theresa Nevins

Games are a great way to reinforce learning in the classroom. In this post by The Teacher Next Door, you'll learn about seven math games using playing cards that are free and easy too! These math games are perfect for 3rd - 5th graders and will help them master a number of math concepts.

Betty Redmond

Trashketball is my favorite review game for middle school or high school kids. It works with any topic (I use it in math) and my students LOVE it. FREE DOWNLOAD

April L

Games are such an effective tool for practicing skills in the classroom. Students are so engaged when playing games and we remember more of what we learn when we are having fun. Today I am sharing several of my students’ favorite multiplication fact games with their free printables! Enjoy those free games! Your students are going to think that you are the coolest teacher EVER!

Not So Wimpy Teacher

If you are on the search for fun math activities, look no further. These activities designed for 3rd, 4th and 5th-grade students are engaging and free.

Terri Kunkel

Want a fun, no-prep multiplication facts game to use in your math centers tomorrow? Read about how we've "mathified" the popular squares game to practice multiplication facts!

camilla Polish

These math puzzle worksheets make it easy to help your students build critical thinking and problem-solving skills while having fun!

Courtney Swafford

Here is a division game that students love as they learn more complex division skills such as remainders. This game involves strategy and number sense, keeping students engaged and eager to play. Download the FREE printable instructions here! You'll find more math games for your math class at Shelley Gray Teaching.

Dana Busker

Finally! Math centers that are aligned to the standards, easy to manage, and perfect for 15-20 minute rotations! Exactly what I needed for when I’m working with my small groups. I can focus on my [group] knowing that my students are fully engaged. I don’t have time to prep math activities so this is the […]

Amber Fifield