Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Math Games on the Fly

Hi everyone!  Happy Hump Day!  I hope your week is off to a great start!  We're halfway there!  On Monday, I posted about how I work to help my students develop a good number sense at the beginning of the year.  One way I do that is through number games.  I use my Math Games on the Fly games pack throughout the year, but a lot of it gets used at the beginning of the year.  The games are simple and engaging and don't require prep other than copying/placing in plastic sleeves.

I keep the table of contents laminated {3 pages long} and hang on a ring by my desk so I can refer to which games I have for each skill.  This helps speed up my planning time!

I keep my games organized in hanging file folders like the ones shown below {link for these at the bottom of this post}.  I can quickly find what I need.

Below are a few games from the pack.  My kids have been LOVING these!!

The games are differentiated {easy and on-level} so you can help accommodate your struggling students.  Each game is marked with an "O" or "E" in the corner for quick reference.

I am so glad to have these games on hand!  Hope you love them, too!  Take a closer look below.

Grab the AWESOME hanging file folders below!  These are the best quality and perfect for organizing the games!



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I bought the "table scatter" at Target, too! Love it! Thanks for sharing these ideas...I'm off to go check out the packet! Jen :)

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Packet is well worth the money! My kids are loving these in math tubs!!!

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