# Fun ideas

## Collection by Sally Rimmer

10
Pins

Maths

J'ai créé ce jeu en détournant le fameux "Qui est-ce ?". Les personnages ont été remplacés par les nombres 1 à 24 (vous pouvez bien entendu cibler d'autes nombres). Les élèves doivent retrouver le nombre caché. Jeu 1 : Questions possibles : - Le nombre...

I made up Lego Geometry to get my nephew excited about area and perimeter. Kids can create big areas by putting legos side by side, or find the area of single bricks. Tell kids not to stress if bricks don't fit perfectly on the grid paper. They can round up. Have them color the area of each of their legos on their grid paper. (Note: For younger kids, you can have them count the lego studs / dots on top to find area and perimeter).

Remember those paper fortune tellers from back in the day? Well they're back and instead of telling the future they can teach your child math

Mean median mode: definitions on the tabs behind the words and examples highlighted in the middle?

Welcome to Teacher's Pet your one stop shop for all of the very best in classroom resources including, posters, labels, games, activities, challenge cards, bunting and so, so much more!

Fraction game for kids using Connect 4 !

Make a house with numicon..what's the value of the house?

¡Ya es hora de ir pensando cómo decorar tu mesa esta Navidad! 10 ideas DIY para que tu mesa luzca como ninguna estas Navidades y que tus invitados se queden con la boca abierta...

Instead of starting a new chapter in Math (just tested Thursday) I decided to do some fun Math centers with the gang. I am totally embarrassed to say that this is the first time we have done this....(I am completely stressed out about how fast this year is going and how I have to get every lovely thing in for allllllllllll the assessments......you get the idea) ANYWHO, didn't want to start a new chapter and then reteach it Monday so we did Math Centers. What a huge success!! I set up 3…

Free 3D Shape Trivia Cubes with Worksheet. Here is a fun activity for students to practice 3D shape facts. This pack has a total of three cubes. Each cube has six faces and tests a specific skill. The skill on the first cube is naming each 3D shape. For the second and third cubes, the students are t...