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Playing math games in the classroom is a fantastic way to not only stimulate students, but is also an ideal way of improving students’ number facts and number work. As games can be so beneficial I thought it would be fun to share your favorite fun mental maths games for the classroom. Whether you have maths games for year 6 or mental maths games for year 3, I’d love to hear about them all.

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Mixed Mental Maths Early Morning Work Activity. Aimed at years 1-6. Differentiated six ways.

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The ability to do mental math is an important skill all students must have. The trick is to make sure students get lots and lots of practice using those mental math skills to solve problems. Make that practice fun with these twelve free mental math task cards that includes everything you need for a center or for group work!

These math fact fluency addition games were designed using the mental math strategies. Research confirms that students learn the basic math facts quicker if they learn them in the context of the mental math strategies. Mental Math strategies not only help students increase their math fact fluency, but they are understanding number sense and how the numbers are related to each other. $ #PrimaryFlourish #TeachersPayTeachers #MathFactFluency #AdditionFacts

3 Tips to Build Math Fact Fluency using the Mental Math Strategies

Use this Connect Four game to have students practice their Spanish numbers. They have to say the equation aloud in Spanish along with the sum.

This printable math activity is a great way to sharpen the kids’ mental math skills. It is also the perfect classroom activity that teachers can engage students with.