### Are you looking for an exponent activity for your 6th grade math students? This exponent card game is your answer!

Lauren Weiss

Make learning math fun with these interactive games designed for 6th grade students. Explore exciting math challenges and improve your skills while having a great time.

Are you looking for an exponent activity for your 6th grade math students? This exponent card game is your answer!

Lauren Weiss

If you're looking for a way to make your homeschool math lessons more engaging, add math games to your day. Games help middle school students learn in a fun and exciting way.

April Goodlin

If you are looking to add some fun math review to your middle school classroom, math games are the perfect fit. These versatile activities can be used in small math groups, math centers, math workshop, as review math games, or as a teacher vs. class game. Since I have spent so much time creating gam

Theresa Nevins

These math card games give you fun math activities that only use a deck of cards. These include addition games, multiplication games, place value games and also a prime numbers game. They are fun, easy to learn and the require no prep at all. They are great for math centers in the classroom, early finishers, homeschool math activities or a fun distance education activity that parents can use with their children. The games are great for first grade, second grade, third grade and fourth grade.

India Puch

Make learning math fun using card games! Card games can teach a variety of different math skills in a more engaging way.

Pam Grillot

Are you homeschooling a tween or teen and looking for the best math games for middle school? Look no further, my friend. I've got you covered. As a school psychologist, lifelong gamer, and homeschool mom, I am passionate about play-based learning and gameschooling. I've witnessed the educational benefit of games when it comes to learning countless times! As a school psychologist, I used games with children and teens from preschool to 12th grade. Now, as a homeschool mom, I play games with my…

Sara Palmer

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Rise and Sine - Secondary Math

Capturing your students’ interest and curiosity during the first few minutes of class is the key to keeping them engaged for your entire lesson. But not all math warm up activities are created equally. Math teachers miss out on activating their students’ critical thinking and reasoning skills when

Sarena Griffin

We have spent the last two weeks reviewing 7th grade skills, and boy did we need it! As I expected, the kids cannot remember integer rules a...

Lindsey Smith

Stinky Feet will forever be my favorite way to review for math! When I saw this from Kelsee { @mrshudsonteaches on Instagram } I knew I’d love it (and my students would too!). As a former special …

Heather Eich