Playing War with cards! What card is higher or lower between 1-14? This math game helps kids build that understanding which is a math concept taught in school.
This math game teaches how to recognize numbers, the sequence of numbers up and down as well as strategy. Kids love this game especially when they work together to try to beat their parents. The game is more fun with 3 or more people.
Playing Uno is a math game! Uno teaches kids how to recognize numbers, colours and strategy. It's like the card game Crazy 8s.
The Sorry game teaches kids how to recognize numbers 1-12, follow rules, work on strategy and good sportsmanship about how to win and lose games.
Do I have 50 points? Adding numbers to make 50 before melding in the Rummy-O game, similar to Rummikub. There is so much math in this game. For younger kids, they can learn about runs, three of a kind, colours and more. You can teach multiplication for 3 or 4 of a kind!
This game practices strategy, colours, spatial awareness and process of elimination skills.
How to write numbers in thousands is a Grade 4 math expectation in Manitoba. The game of Payday teaches kids how to write numbers in the thousands naturally as well as talk about loans and interest.
I love this game. To score points, you try to add cards up to make 15, make runs or double runs, pairs, pegging, and more. To score, the board is in sections of 5s, which encourages quick counting. The first person to score 121 points, wins.
Practice numbers, adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing and learning about prime numbers (can only be multiplied by 1 and itself like the number 17. This game is for advanced learners, but makes kids think!