Here is a sample page from the Dauber Dot Math activity. In the complete Dauber Dot Math it is a series of math center activities that include:doubles, doubles plus one, doubles minus one, adding ten, even or odd, and other related addition and subtraction strategies.These games can be copied and given to each student or pair of students depending on the game requirements and daubers are used to mark their game sheets.
A Murder Mystery Game with a Clue twist that can be played over and over again in ANY setting at ANY occasion! And the best part is it's editable! You can edit/add suspects, weapons or rooms! The Murder Mystery can accommodate 3+ players and requires little setup or preparation. Simply print and play over dessert, dinner, or any birthday or holiday party. Your job is to figure out who did it with what and where. Even the host can play and when the game is over, you can do it again. Enjoy!
This is a game of math and chance designed for high school. This activity requires some teacher review before using but will help your students understand natural selection like no other! Bring natural selection to life with the Hungry Games!
Sometimes we just have to make math fun for our students! Here's one way to practice those multiplication facts (up to 6 x 6) with a partner and have fun at the same time. This Penguin Dice Game requires two dice and some game tokens. That's it! My students love playing this with a partner.
The Peanut Butter and Jelly Game requires 2 balls where the peanut butter ball is thrown and the jelly ball is rolled to other players. This game encourages self-regulation, concentration, motor planning, timing, and coordination.