My elementary school also gives some great and fun and educational board games and card games that support math learning. Make one night a week a family game night and try any of these games.
Fun Board Games and Card Games with Math Concepts
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Math Games for Kids
Get a cup of dry cereal or dry beans. Put the cereal or beans into groups of 5. Count by 5’s. How many pieces of cereal do you have? Is it an odd or even number?
Tuesday, July 17
Count all of the shoes at home. Make a chart to graph the colors of the shoes. Color one box for each pair of shoes. Which color has the most? Which color has the most?
Wednesday, July 18
A class counted their ears. They counted 50 ears. How many students are there? At 3:00 there are 50 fingers in the classroom. How many students are there?
Thursday, July 19
I am a polygon. I have 4 sides. I have 4 angles. My sides are all the same length. I am not a square. Who am I?
Friday, July 20
Play Addition Top-It using a deck of cards. Use the Jack as an 0 and the Ace as a 1. Deal all of the cards. Turn over two cards. Whoever has the highest sum takes the cards.
Saturday, July 21
Label each cup of an egg carton with the numbers 0-11. Put two pennies in and close the lid. Shake it. Open the lid and add the two numbers. Do it again.
Sunday, July 22
Start at 50. Count back by 1’s, 10’s and 5’s. Practice your addition facts.
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