## How to Teach Fractions Of A Set with A Free Apple Bump Game

Teaching fractions of a set is an important part of a fraction unit. This fun apple bump game makes learning this concept fun.   This post may contain Amazon links and links to other bloggers. There is no extra cost to you, but if you...

## Here’s a Comparing Fractions Game To Help Children Practice In A Fun Way

This simple, very low prep Comparing Fractions Game is a great way to get children to practice comparing fractions. And it is fun too! This post may contain Amazon links and links to other bloggers. There is no extra cost to you, but if you...

## Two Fact Family Game Boards to Practice Addition and Subtraction

This simple, no prep fact family game is a great way to work on addition and subtraction facts! Just grab a marker and die and you are ready to play! This post contains affiliate links from Amazon and other bloggers. It does not cost you...

## Grab a Free Adding Fractions Game With A Space Theme

This free Adding Fractions Game is perfect for working on adding fractions with common denominators and learning facts about space. This post may contain Amazon links and links to other bloggers. There is no extra cost to you, but if you choose to purchase, I...

*This post contains affiliate links from Amazon and other bloggers. Place Value. It is an essential part of any math program. It is what allows children to develop number sense. To be able to perform mental math, and be successful mathematicians. Place value may seem...

## How To Memorize Addition Facts with Fun Turkey Expression Match

We’ve been practicing subtracting numbers in the tens and hundreds. The regrouping is actually going great!! He understands the concept, performs it perfectly with manipulatives, and has almost conquered the algorithm. There is just one thing that is causing more problems than I would like. He...

## Here’s a FREE Diphthong Game For Extra Reading Practice

I love the sound of my babies laughing and having fun. I love their excited yells when they win a game. I love listening to them call out the number or word they want their die to land on. Games! They are fun. They add...

## One Fun Way to Review Place Value (FREE Pirate Game)

“Hey mom, what’s 24 x 7?” I glanced up from the computer, recognizing that this question could lead to a teachable moment. “Well…the 2 represents 20 and 20 x 7 = 140…..” I began. I continued to work through the problem out loud, asking...