Fun and motivating way to help students learn their math facts! Could be done with addition/subtraction for younger kiddos.

An Apple For The Teacher: My Students are Kicking Their Math Facts & Learning Them Too! Fun and motivating way to help students learn their math facts! Could be done with addition/subtraction for younger kiddos.

Don't Get Zapped! This game was made for first graders, but could oh so easily be adapted for older students with multiplication, division, decimals and more.

Great game that can be adapted for multiplication, division, and even subtraction.Don't get zapped addition game for extra time or time filler

Make exploring math concepts—including multiplication and place value—fun for students using Lego bricks. Here are some ideas.

Tactile Learning: Lego Math Make exploring math concepts—including multiplication and place value—fun for students using Lego bricks.

Ways to show multiplication activity - I did this last year, the kids loved it

(can use the same idea to show multiple ways of adding/subtracting) GREAT!-- multiplication unit to teach repeated addition, groups of, commutative property, and arrays. You could also replace one with a multiplication word problem and picture.

Jenga! Lots of opportunities! Sounds / Words / Letters / Numbers... Foundation Stage. Teaching. Classroom. Resources. EYFS. Early Years. Reception. Children. Learning.

Turning Noneducational Games into Learning Fun

Turning Noneducational Games into Learning Fun! examples: jenga multiplication facts, twister, and a racing game using lanyards

Multiplication Circles A Simple way to teach Multiplication

Patterned Multiplication Circles

Multiplication Circles A Simple DIY idea for teaching Multiplication facts Perfect for a center or independent game

Maths explanation map - good for reasoning and Communication?

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LEGO Math Ideas Part 1 - Using lego to teach multiplication

My family adores LEGO bricks and most of my students enjoy them too. They can be a powerful learning tool as well. This is going to be a 5 part post about using LEGO bricks to teach math concepts…

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