If you are on the search for fun math activities, look no further. These activities designed for 3rd, 4th and 5th-grade students are engaging and free.

fun math activities

 

I love teaching upper elementary children. Surprisingly, I love the challenge of multiplying fractions, long division, and decimals. With that said, I love the way early elementary classrooms are set up. The centers, games, and hands-on activities make me as excited as a child at Christmas time.

I wanted my upper elementary math class to have the same fun and exciting math activities that our younger students get to experience.

My life has changed, as I now have the privilege of teaching my own children who are in the process of memorizing addition and subtracting facts, telling time, and counting money. Though I treasure these moments, I can’t totally forget the fun I had with those fractions.

With that passion still burning inside me, a portion of my blog is dedicated to my 3rd, 4th and 5th-grade teachers. Here are some of the hands-on, free, and fun math activities you can find on my blog!

 

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Hands-On, Free, and Fun Math Activities

 

Subtraction

Subtraction with regrouping can be a challenge for even third and fourth-grade students. Providing these children with fun classroom activities is important and a great way to help them develop place value understanding and a deeper understanding of subtraction. Here are a few ideas to help your children master subtraction.

Multiplication

Next, we have multiplication. These hands-on printables will help children learn the steps of multiplying large digits as well as help them learn their facts!

Division

We move onto division with even more fun math printables for your children to enjoy. You can help them explore division with word problems, division puzzles with two-digit divisors, and even focus on how to divide an expression like 2 ÷ 3.

Decimals

Fractions

STEM

Money

Geometry

 

Need engaging math activities for K – 2nd grade! Try one of these.

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