Teachers, how many of you have had a major technology fail in your classroom? I know I have. There is so much that we can now do with technology. I remember when I started teaching, there were no interactive white boards or iPads. You were lucky if you had a couple of computers in your room for a ...

# Math Games

## How to Make Your Kids Independent During Math Centers

Picture this. Your students working in independent math centers doing meaningful math work, while you do your teacher-led small group. How would that feel? Great, right? This can become your reality. Math center time is a great way to meet the needs of all your students, but one of the biggest ...

## 8 Reasons to Start Using Math Games for Review NOW

Are you searching for a way to make math exciting to review? Or are you trying to explain to others why math games are not just play with no purpose? Look no further because there are numerous benefits for adding math games to your teaching toolkit. Math games are an effective instructional ...

## 30 Ways to Make Math FUN for Elementary Kids

Making math fun can be seen as a challenge. But, I am here to say that is simply not true. There are many ways that we can make math engaging and fun for our kids. Here is The Ultimate List of Ways to Make Math Fun (and still educational): 1. Make It Hands-On Have you ever been in a workshop or ...

## 5 Ways to Have Fun With Math Name Tags

As you know, I am always trying to think of fun and interactive ways to teach math. I wrote a blog post a while ago about ways to make reviewing multiplication fun and one of the ideas was to buy "Hello My Name Is" name tag stickers and write equations on them. Then students would have to call each ...

## Mobile Math Task Cards for the Busy Teacher

Every minute of the instructional day is precious. There is never enough time to do it all! How can I help kids review math skills in a fun way, but still make sure they are learning? It has to be easy to implement and meaningful. These were some of the thoughts that ran through my mind and ...