Grade 3-4

Addition Game to 10 or 20 – Tic-Toc-Ten

May 3, 2012
Addition Game for numbers 10 and 20

  Download the template here. Students need to roll the die and place the number rolled into the grid with the goal of adding the numbers vertically, horizontally or diagonally to equal 10 or 20. The game is for primary and elementary school students who need to be challenged and extended with adding numbers to [...]

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Times Tables Game – Tables Combination

May 2, 2012
Times Tables Game

Click to Download the template A times tables card game called Tables Combination where the aim of the game is to use more of your cards than the other player by using them in times tables combinations. The game can be played by primary school and elementary school students to help them practice and memorise their [...]

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Times Tables Collection

April 16, 2012

A classroom times tables game where students need to walk around the room and match up with other students to complete a times table sum. This game is an engaging way to help students memorize their times tables and multiplication sums while communicating answers to each other and working together.   Learning Outcomes: Times tables [...]

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Angles Game – Protractor Golf

April 11, 2012

Download: Angles Games – Protractor Golf This game worksheet is a fun way for students to learn about angles and how to use a protractor. Children explore acute angles, right angles and obtuse angles during this game and also how to use a protractor to measure the angles. It involves a game of mini golf [...]

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Logical Thinking Game – Numbers Race

April 6, 2012

A playing card game for primary and elementray school students where students need to move their counter and flip over all of their cards. They move a counter along the cards by the number they have just landed on. The game is great to teach counting and about how to think logically and strategically.   [...]

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Spatial Awareness Game – Slide

April 4, 2012
Spatial Awareness Game - Slide Set Up

A simple game to help students think and ahead and use their spatial awareness. This game is for primary and elementary school students and can be played in pairs. Students can play with each other or a parent could play with their child. Children need to think about how they can move their card from [...]

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Grid Reference Game – Treasure Hunt

February 24, 2012

A fun grid reference learning game for two players with the aim of finding treasure that the other player has buried. Players roll a dice and move around the grid following the other player’s general directions (North, East, South, West, South/West etc…) Click here to download this grid reference game. Steps: Download this grid reference [...]

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Fraction Game – Fractionator

February 24, 2012
Fraction Game Worksheet

A fun learning game for two players with the aim of choosing the right fractions to complete your whole shield before your opponent. This fraction game worksheet can be used in a primary or elementary school classroom or at home with your child. Click here to download the fraction game. Steps: Download this fraction game [...]

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Number Guess Game

February 24, 2012

A maths game to challenge the students thinking about number and mathematical processes. Children need to guess the number based on the clues given.   Learning outcomes: Mathematical processes Mental maths Problem Solving   Required Material: Whiteboard Whiteboard marker   Aim of the game: Teacher thinks of a three or more digit number and gives [...]

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Classroom Snap Game

February 24, 2012

A fun 10 minute classroom card game called snap, helps quick thinking and concentration.   Learning outcomes: Concentration skills Quick thinking   Required Material: A deck of cards A class of students   Aim of the game: To be the last one standing with your card in your hand, making sure that when the same [...]

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