# Primary maths games

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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.

Math station partners take turns spinning the spinner and trying to fill their triangles perfectly! Awesome math games on this site!

Are you ready for some new primary math games for St. Patrick's Day? Here's a set you'll love - just add dice and gold coins and you're ready to go! The post includes a free set of printable directions cards for independent work in math centers. http://primaryinspiration.blogspot.com/2017/03/need-new-math-games-try-these-gold-coin.html

Seven FREE math games using playing cards to help your students increase their math skills. Helps reinforce multiplication, place value and fractions. Fun and effective practice for 3rd - 5th graders.

1st grade math games for ALL 1st grade common core math standards. These math games are perfect for math centers, independent practice, whole class review, and progress monitoring. These first grade math games are a MUST for any teacher!

This free printable addition game is a great way to practice adding to 10!

Adding like coins worksheets that are differentiated! Lots of ideas on this post!

Collection of loads of fantastic free online maths games to help you practise maths skills including counting, addition and subtraction, times tables, fractions, measuring, shapes, angles, telling the time and lots more.

This is Primary Math Game teaching Probability. Cool thinking activity for your Math Center! You'll be amazed at the vast improvement in the students' ability to quickly add the total of the dice. Listen to them discuss their totals, theories and debating the probability of the tosses, and the thinking and learning is obvious!