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Student games

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5 Icebreaker Games for the Classroom

When the first day of school rolls around, whether it is your 1st or 20th, we are all in the same boat – we want to plan a fun day and start to get to know those little people we will be sharing our classroom with for an entire year. We like to sprinkle icebreaker games throughout the first week of school. They are a great way to learn names, start to discover student’s interests and also see how the class manages as a whole when exciting things, such as games, are implemented (it will…

This is a fun board game with 'All About Me' related questions for intermediate and advanced students. This is a great way to get to know them at the beginning of a course.

This is a fun board game with 'All About Me' related questions for intermediate and advanced students. This is a great way to get to know them at the beginning of a course.

Print, Play, LEARN! Number Sense Games by Susan Jones | Teachers Pay Teachers

Description These number sense games and activities are ready to print and play! These six activities are perfect worksheets to throw in a math center so students can review numbers 0-20! Why choose these math games? I don’t know about your students, but mine LOVE to play games & how could you blame them?! These games are the perfect way to have your students practice skills they’ve already learned to help their fluency. This is also a great time for you, as the teacher, to walk around and…

Middle school and elementary students love the challenge of this word game - it's great to use during some down time and great for thinking!! Students love it:-) #middleschool #games

Middle school and elementary students love the challenge of this word game - it's great to use during some down time and great for thinking!! Students love it:-) #middleschool #games

Seven FREE math games using playing cards to help your students increase their math skills. Helps reinforce multiplication, place value and fractions. Fun and effective practice for 3rd - 5th graders.

Games are a great way to reinforce learning in the classroom. In this post by The Teacher Next Door, you'll learn about seven math games using playing cards that are free and easy too! These math games are perfect for 3rd - 5th graders and will help them master a number of math concepts.