Math Game For All Ages


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This simple math game is not only easy to set up, but it can be expanded to fit all ages.

In this video, kindergarten students are playing a simple math game. Students spin the spinner, then record the number on the blank square grid newsprint. As children become proficient, the difficulty level can be increased by making it a Fact Game. For children beginning to work on basic addition, students spin, write down the first number, then spin again, writing down the second number, forming an addition sentence to solve. Students write their number sentences on a blank piece of paper. The number sentences can be manipulated by changing the numbers on the spinners or by utilizing two spinners, one with lower digits and one with higher digits.

For older students, the game can be revised to provide practice with multiplication, division, fractions, double digit addition, subtraction, integers, etc. The ideas are limitless since the spinners can be changed, multiple spinners introduced, and spinners with varying mathematical symbols (=,-,x) can be used to meet the needs of the learners in the room.


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