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Teacher-Approved Math Games (with printables!)

Posted by Kristina Maimonis on

We're serving up some math games that have been curated by amazing Kindergarten teachers, Melissa Sloan + Lisa Sciarrillo.

CLICK HERE to download the printables for these games!

 

In-Betweeners

Players: 3

Materials: Cards (A-10), Number Line (printable)

How to Play:

1. Divide the cards equally between each player.

2. Players each flip one card at the same time.

3. The player with the middle number takes all 3 cards.

4. The player who collects all the cards wins the game!

 

Red Joker

Players: 2-4

Materials: Cards (A-10 + Red Joker), Ten Frames (printable), Counters (ie. pasta, rocks)

How to Play:

1. Put cards in the middle face down.

2. On your turn, flip a card.

3. Show that number on your ten frame with the counters.

4. The player who flips the Red Joker wins the game!

 

Tenzie

Players: 1-4

Materials: 10 Dice, Cup, 10 Frame (printable)

How to Play:

1. Put all 10 dice inside the cup, shake and dump out.

2. Choose a “magic number”.

3. Place all dice that match the “magic number” on the ten frame.

4. Put all other dice back into the cup, shake and dump out.

5. Continue until all dice match the “magic number”.

6. The first player to fill up the ten frame wins the game!

 

Flip

Players: 2

Materials: Cards (A-10)

How to Play:

1. Divide the cards equally between both players, face down.

2. Each player flips one card at the same time.

3. The player with the higher number keeps both cards.

4. If the cards are the same, each player flips another card. The player with the highest card keeps all cards.

5. The first player who collects all the cards wins the game!

Modification: The player with the lower number keeps both cards.

 

Hide 5

Players: 2

Materials: 5 counters (ie. pasta, rocks)

How to Play:

1. Display five counters on a table.

2. One player closes his or her eyes.

3. The other player covers some of the counters under his or her hand.

4. The player opens his or her eyes and has to figure out how many counters are hiding.

Modification: Use 10 counters.

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