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## 8. Start a Game of Around the Block

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## 9. Play Math Tic-Tac-Toe

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## 12. Co-ordinate Live Video

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- Develop an itinerary, complete with a budget, for a trip to Pisa
- Calculate measurements such as the tower’s area and volume
- Investigate the tower’s structure, determining if or when it’ll fall

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## Snail Races

- Give students some paper and have them draw and number 12 snails. Then, they draw 10 boxes next to each snail – leading toward a finish line (you can have less or more numbers depending on how long you want the game to be).
- Roll the dice and have students calculate the sum of the two numbers.
- Students who picked that number snail get to move their snail forward one spot. They can trace over the picture in the box to indicate this.
- Keep going and see which snail reaches the finish line first!

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- Pair up students and have them draw up a table with one column for ‘digits’ and the other one ‘place value’.
- Have one student choose a random two- or three-digit number. Make sure they keep it a secret from their partner!
- The partner then guesses what the number might be.
- With each guess, the student can tell their partner if they got a single digit correct. For example, if the number is 65 and the guess is 46, one digit is correct. They can then mark a 1 in the “digits” column of their sheet.
- If the guess has a correct digit, the student can also tell their partner whether they got the place value correct. In 65, the 6 has a place value of ten – so the guess of 46 means that a 0 goes in the place value column.
- Students keep guessing, getting closer and closer to the original number until they finally uncover the secret!

## Picture Pie

This is a hands-on way of teaching fractions that will channel your students’ artistic flair!

- Cut circles out of colored card or a range of creative materials. It helps if you have a circle cutter, but you could also get students to draw circles with a compass or trace around a circular object.
- Fold these and then cut along the lines to create fractional portions. Show your students how to label the fractions as halves, quarters, and so on.
- Students create a picture by gluing the different portions of paper together on a separate sheet. See what they can come up with!

- Students take turns rolling a dice, adding up their results. They can keep rolling and racking up points for as long as they like, with the first person to reach 100 being the winner.
- But there is a catch. If they roll a 1, they score 0 points on that turn.
- Each turn, players have a choice. Do they take their points while they still have them, or keep rolling at the risk of losing them all?

## Target boards

- Which two numbers on the board give an answer of x when we add them?
- Which temperature is 6 degrees colder than y ?
- Which fraction is equivalent to z ?
- How many multiples of 4 can you find?

## Math Mind Maps

There are plenty of ways you can customize the activity. For example:

- Group students and have them compete to see how many sums they can generate.
- Have students put their own sums on the whiteboard, giving a number talk to explain their thinking.
- Double the number in the center and have students edit all the surrounding sums.

## I Have… Who Has…

- Give each student a random card and keep one for yourself.
- Read out the sum on your card: “Who has 10 + 7?”
- The student with 17 answers and reads out the sum on their card: “I have 17. Who has…”
- The student with that number reads theirs out, and so on. See how long students can go without breaking the chain!

- Have students create their own bingo cards by filling a table with numbers or unsolved equations, depending on their ability. Just make sure the values only extend to 30, so they correspond with the numbers you draw out.
- Draw numbers 1–30 out of a box.
- Students circle each drawn number that appears on their card, calling “bingo!” when they’ve circled every number.

## Random Number Generator

- Have students draw five adjoining boxes (depending on your students’ understanding of place value, they can do more or less). If students are new to the concept, it might help to label each box with its place value (tens, hundreds, thousands etc.) Now draw a random number from 1–9 out of a box or hat.
- Students have to decide which box they will write this number in. Where they put it will determine its place value, and they can’t remove it from a box once it’s been input.
- Do this five times and see who can produce the biggest number.

## Which concept am I?

- Split students into groups or play as a whole class
- Elect one student to sit beneath the whiteboard and write the name of a math concept above their head (e.g. multiplication). Make sure they don’t see it!
- The class then have to explain the concept to the student so they can guess it, without calling it by name. Add a timer to put the pressure on!

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The frog flies. Break bricks to clear the wall, answer math questions from your topic to score points. Pong. Move the beetle with the arrow keys to catch the strawberry and avoid the bees. The beetle and the bee. Win 4 in a row by answering math questions from your chosen topic. Four in a row.

This learning book is designed for preschool children ages 3-6 and is packed full of fun activities to help them understand the concepts of numbers and basic math operations. The workbook features number tracing practice exercises and interactive activities that will keep children engaged and entertained while they learn .

Thought-provoking math activities, games, and practice pages. Activities This collection of activities, organized by mathematical content, uses familiar routines that can be used by students, families, and teachers in a variety of settings.

Teachers can use cooperative learning activities to help students make connections between the concrete and abstract level of instruction through peer interactions and carefully designed activities. Finally, cooperative learning can be used to promote classroom discourse and oral language development. Wiig and Semel (1984) described mathematics ...