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 […]

Math Help for Third Grade -Using Games

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 […]

Latest Three 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. ‚ÄčThe wise person makes learning a joy;… Proverbs 15:2a  be wise, Chris Create a custom […]

The Easiest, Quickest Educational Game to Make

Simply put- To use our game creator tool, place your information into a chart, select the game from the options, click to Save/Print the game out. But there is a bit more in the details of making a game. Different games require different information. Pairs are required to play Old Maid or FamilyMom and Go Fish requires sets. You can’t […]