October is just around the corner, so I want to share with you some very fun multiplication and division math games that I use in my classroom. These games are perfect for you to add to your math stations during rotations. You can also add these games to your ‘FUN Friday’ activities. This way students have fun playing games, but they are also reviewing math! Win-Win for all 🙂
1. The board game
This fun game will get students to practice multiplication and division word problems. You have the choice of making this a self-check game (answers on the back) or not. There are a total of 24 task cards, so you could even use the cards as a scoot whole class game. The recording sheet and answer sheet are included. Add some dry erase boards to the center so students can show their work!
2. Pumpkin puzzle & CRAFT
Students will review the distributive property of multiplication with this fun pumpkin puzzle game. There are 8 pumpkin puzzles students have to construct (answer key included). A black and white worksheet is included for students to complete for further practice. Last – there is a pumpkin outline for students to make their own pumpkin multiplication craft!
3. Candy Corn matching game & CRAFT
Review fact families with this fun matching game! There is a total of 12 cards for students to match (answer key and recording sheet included). When students are done, they can create their own fact family candy corn craft!
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