The games are on separate subject- pages for you to search a bit quicker and of course you can always make your own if you don’t find exactly what you need.
The keys above and below show the information these games study. The top image shows the rules for FamilyMom, which is played like Old Maid only the winner is the last player with the FamilyMom Card. As you can see I included an Old Maid Card in case you want to play the ‘old’ way. Both of these games are […]
We have over 80 “Shared Games” available to print and play for our members (free membership). The last ten that were created and shared are listed below. Also with the free membership, you can make and share your own game using your information, with our custom game creator. I am happy to help anyone create their first game. Just contact […]
I use games to introduce multiplication to second graders. When you use games for a new concept always encourage players to use the answer key. Using the key helps them use the information, especially checking their opponent’s turn. They watch or listen for the correct answer. Five of these games I use for practice with multiplying by tens, multiplication for […]
The members of teachwithgames.com can use the games others share and they can create custom games with their information. Here are 20 of the 30 Math Games… I love math.
Students learn better, more complete if they use information in different ways. So if you print our “Multiplying By 2 Gotcha Game”, after the student is comfortable, change the rules to collect the 2’s backward…start with 2×12 or the equation that would be your last card. In my math classroom, we started with Gotcha (where they see the answers), then […]
Log in at teachwithgames.com to use these games and over 50 “Shared Games” (Free membership, email required but we will never sell or share your info) The Division Game Parts- Spinner or Game Cards can easily be used with a blank game board to make a board game. We have several blank game boards inside the free members pack plus […]
We need game builders to made games on other topics. Math games are super easy to make with our free game creator, but so are History Games. Just copy and paste historical questions and answers into the chart, select the game and print. @https://teachwithgames.com/ Hope you can use at least one of these last four math games.
These are all concepts that I taught my third graders in math class. I am sure the math games will be fun and good practice for those studying multiplication and division, whatever their age. The division rules are a cross between Solitaire and Skip…you know. The wise person makes learning a joy;… Proverbs 15:2a be wise, Chris Create a custom […]
I taught third-grade ABeka curriculum for years then when I couldn’t teach full time I taught a math help class for third grade as long as I could. I guess that is why I keep making math games for third graders. I am in a rut… So happy I am not the only one that can use this game creator. […]