## Online Multiplication Fact Practice Game

Are you looking for an engaging way for your students to practice their multiplication facts? Well, of course you are! Check out this engaging multiplication fact practice game! Math Lines,…

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## Online Multiplication Fact Practice Game

## Fact Families vs Number Bonds

## Math Puzzles for the Win!

## Place Value Games

## Why Students Don’t Know Their Basic Math Facts and How to Help

## Multi-Digit Computation Game

## FREE Computation Games, K-5

## FREE Multiplication Game: The Squares Facts

## Unit Fraction Game: Cover Up

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Are you looking for an engaging way for your students to practice their multiplication facts? Well, of course you are! Check out this engaging multiplication fact practice game! Math Lines,…

For many years, primary teachers taught fact families. If you look carefully at either the CCSSM or the Texas state standards, the TEKS, you will not see fact families mentioned…

Who doesn’t love a good puzzle? We engage students in algebraic thinking and productive struggle when we use math puzzles! Read about various types of math puzzles you can use…

I know that it’s summer, and you might not be thinking about the beginning ofย next school year. But place value is typically one of the first units for many grade…

If you teach 3rd grade, you know that some students come to your class not knowing their basic addition and subtraction facts. And in 4th and 5th grade, there are…

Computational fluency is still a goal for mathematics instruction. What’s changed is how we approach computation. We have shifted from teaching one methodโtypically the standard algorithmโto a strategy-based approach. Today,…

Kids learn best when they are engaged and challenged! Luckily, math games have the power to do both! Read on for FREE computation games for grades K-5. This post contains…

When I learned my basic multiplication facts, it was totally through rote memorization. I might have memorized 6 x 6, knowing immediately that the product is 36, yet when asked…

Why do our students struggle to understand fractions? A big part of the problem is that fractions are incredibly abstract. If I were to ask you, Which is greater, 1/8…