Fluency Games

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I love learning about arrays because they are so visual which allows for a lot of really fun rectangular arrays activities and practice! I l...

This cute, super hero themed set of printable multiplication games is a fun, low prep way to practice math facts! Includes 3 different versions.

In my first grade classroom, we are always working on doubles. This is a quick and easy game to copy on colored paper and have your kid...

If you're not making time for math games, your students are missing out! Check out these 5 math games every classroom needs to play!

A collection of dozens of the best math card games for Kindergarten through high school, organized by math topic to help you find what you need!

Building number sense and recognizing ten-frames can be easy and fun for students with this Ten-Frame War game. Ten-frames help students practice subitizing, understand the basics of the number system, and understand how ten is composed (6 and 4, 7 and 3, etc.)Young learners can practice comparing n...

An Upper Elementary Collaborative blog written by 13 teachers. Includes teaching ideas and resources for grades 3, 4, and 5.

Here is a set of FREE subitizing cards you can use whole group with your class to work on number sense and quickly identifying sets of objects. These cards have different dot representations for the numbers 0-10. I simply hold a card up and the kids show me the number using their fingers held up i...

This is one of my favorite games to build math fact fluency. If you're not familiar with the math center activity Shut The Box and it's many variations, you are going to want to tune in (and snag it for FREE at the end!)

Hello again! I was browsing pinterest the other day (as I tend to do - a lot!) and I found this nifty idea that got me thinking. It is ...

10 multiplication games and activities for teaching multiplication. Students will love learning their multiplication facts, building fluency and strategies.

Practice addition with a buddy when you play this easy addition card game, Addition War. It's such a fun way to practice math!

January is here! A NEW YEAR and so much to learn! I am super excited to continue our learning for this school year and start the calendar year off strong!

Grab a deck of cards and some dice to play this simple counting on card game. It's an easy way to practice math after school.

First grade is a very important year where students are building a strong foundation in their journey for mathematical proficiency. One of the most