Free Spinner- for Making a FREE Game

We just had our 101st game created with the game creator on Teachwithgames.com. To celebrate I will give 5 free transparent spinners to 5 members that make spinner games using the Game Creator- Gi’me, Gi’me with the Category Chart and Stephanie’s Spinner Game with the Sets Chart. You can only win one per member, but the spinner can be used […]

More Phonics for 2nd Graders

Here is another game created by one of our users to help students enjoy reading phonics lists. You can make the same game with your phonics words by filling a Category chart with your words in our Game Creator at teachwithgames.com. Free membership and free use of the creator tool. As a member you can print and play all of […]

Make Your Own Printable Games

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 […]

20 Multiplication Games for 4th Grade

Membership and use of the Game Creator are free on teachwithgames.com and will stay free if we can make money on the Advertising links. The charts show in the above image so you will know the type of game. (nine options) Pairs Chart Games: FamilyMom -like Old Maid, only better, the last card (FamilyMom) is the winner. Luke’s – played […]

Multiplication for Second Graders

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 […]

Memory Games for … Everyone

Our Game creator at https://teachwithgames.com/ is available to make games to study for the bar exam, real estate exam, GED, or addition facts. We have nine different games, a couple for each type of information. The “tray” shows the game parts as they change for each game. For example, the pair’s chart has Luke’s that requires wild cards and FamilyMom […]