Games and Printables



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The Benefits of Board Games

Playing games is an easy and excellent way to spend unhurried, enjoyable time together. As an added bonus, board games are also rich in learning opportunities.




 Preschool

   Board Games

   Number Words and Numerals Printables

arrow cards

Arrow Cards (1 to 5)

You and your child can have a lot of fun working with arrow cards to compare while engaging in friendly competition. You will be drawing one arrow card per player and comparing values.

whats next

Hey, What's Next?

This activity brings the fun of card games to the skill of counting. You will use decks of digit cards (0-10) to see if you can play the card that comes after another number showing.

how much

How Much? (1 to 5)

You and your child will be matching numerals and quantities in order to make a line. You can print out dot cards or use a standard die to roll a quantity and then cover the numeral on the game board with your marker.

how much

How Much? (1 to 10)

You and your child will be matching numerals and quantities in order to make a line. You can print out dot cards or use a standard die to roll a quantity and then cover the numeral on the game board with your marker.

reading and sequencing

Reading and Sequencing Numbers (1 to 5)

This activity is a fun way to help kids learn to put numbers forward in the correct order. Being able to count forward from any number between 1 and 5 is a very important part of learning how to count beyond 5.

reading and sequencing

Reading and Sequencing Numbers (5 to 1)

This activity is a fun way to help kids learn to put numbers in the correct order, and count forward and backward in the correct order.

road trip

Road Trip

You and your child can have a lot of fun practicing reading and identifying numerals 1-10. You will select a game card, finding the correct vehicle on the game board and then reading/identifying the numerals located in that column as quickly as possible.

teacher's mistake

Teacher's Mistake (1 to 5)

This activity is great for quick math practice with sequencing number from one to five. You can do this anywhere because there are no materials needed!

teacher's mistake

Teacher's Mistake (5 to 1)

This activity is great for quick math practice with sequencing number from five to one. You can do this anywhere because there are no materials needed!

teacher's mistake

Teacher's Mistake (1 to 10)

This activity is great for quick math practice with sequencing number from one to ten. You can do this anywhere because there are no materials needed!

tictactoe

Tic Tac Toe (1 - 5)

This activity brings the fun of Tic Tac Toe to the skill of to five. You will use the printable five frame game boards and number cards to try to make a line of the numerals one to five in the proper order.

tictactoe

Tic Tac Toe (5 - 1)

This activity brings the fun of Tic Tac Toe to the skill of to five. You will use the printable five frame game boards and number cards to try to make a line of the numerals one to five in the proper order.

tictactoe

Tic Tac Toe (1 - 10)

This activity brings the fun of Tic Tac Toe to the skill of to five. You will use the printable five frame game boards and number cards to try to make a line of the numerals one to five in the proper order.

tictactoe

Tic Tac Toe (10 - 1)

This activity brings the fun of Tic Tac Toe to the skill of to five. You will use the printable five frame game boards and number cards to try to make a line of the numerals one to five in the proper order.

   Working with Numbers Printables

 Kindergarten

   Number Words and Numerals Printables

arrow cards

Arrow Cards (1 to 9)

You and your child can have a lot of fun working with arrow cards to compare while engaging in friendly competition. You will be drawing one arrow card per player and comparing values.

arrow cards

Arrow Cards (10 to 19)

You and your child can have a lot of fun working with arrow cards to compare while engaging in friendly competition. You will be drawing one arrow card per player and comparing values.

how much

How Much? (1 to 20)

You and your child will be matching numerals and quantities in order to make a line. You can print out dot cards or use a standard die to roll a quantity and then cover the numeral on the game board with your marker.

after race

Number After Race (1 - 5)

The classic game board that kids and parents are so familiar with is incorporated in this engaging game that also encourages practice with identifying numbers before and after.

before race

Number Before Race (5 -1)

The classic game board that kids and parents are so familiar with is incorporated in this engaging game that also encourages practice with identifying numbers before and after.

reading and sequencing

Reading and Sequencing Numbers (1 to 10)

This activity is a fun way to help kids learn to put numbers in the correct order, and count forward and backward in the correct order.

teacher's mistake

Teacher's Mistake (10 to 1)

This activity is great for quick math practice with sequencing number from ten to one. You can do this anywhere because there are no materials needed!

teachers mistake

Teacher's Mistake (1 to 30)

This activity is great for quick math practice with sequencing number from one to thirty. You can do this anywhere because there are no materials needed!

tictactoe

Tic Tac Toe (1 - 30)

This activity brings the fun of Tic Tac Toe to the skill of counting from one to thirty. You will use the printable tic tac toe boards and number cards to try to make a line of the three numerals in the proper order.

tictactoe

Tic Tac Toe (30 - 1)

This activity brings the fun of Tic Tac Toe to the skill of counting back from thirty. You will use the printable tic tac toe game boards and number cards to try to make a line of the three numerals in the proper order.

   Working with Numbers Printables

   Addition and Subtraction Printables

 First Grade

   Number Words and Numerals Printables

arrow cards

Arrow Cards (10 to 99)

You and your child can have a lot of fun working with arrow cards to compare while engaging in friendly competition. This activity is great for up to five players.

how many

How Many? (1 to 20)

This activity is a great way to help your child develop different ways to solve problems that involve adding and subtracting! Do you remember doing "word problems" when you were in school? Sometimes they seemed like trick questions instead of questions related to math.

number after race

Number After Race (10 to 30)

This activity is a great way for kids to see how they can combine different numbers to come up with the same total. Those pairs are equivalent expressions. You will be finding pairs together, as a race or independently.

number after race

Number After Race (Within 10)

The classic game board that kids and parents are so familiar with is incorporated in this engaging game that also encourages practice with identifying numbers before and after.

number after race

Number After Race (Within 100)

The classic game board that kids and parents are so familiar with is incorporated in this engaging game that also encourages practice with identifying numbers before and after.

number before race

Number Before Race (10 to 30)

The classic game board that kids and parents are so familiar with is incorporated in this engaging game that also encourages practice with identifying numbers before and after.

number before race

Number Before Race (Within 10)

The classic game board that kids and parents are so familiar with is incorporated in this engaging game that also encourages practice with identifying numbers before and after.

number before race

Number Before Race (Within 100)

The classic game board that kids and parents are so familiar with is incorporated in this engaging game that also encourages practice with identifying numbers before and after.

teachers mistake

Teacher's Mistake (30 to 1)

This activity is great for quick math practice with sequencing number from thirty to one. You can do this anywhere because there are no materials needed!

teachers mistake

Teacher's Mistake (30 to 100)

This activity is great for quick math practice with sequencing number from thirty to one hundred. You can do this anywhere because there are no materials needed!

teachers mistake

Teacher's Mistake (100 to 30)

This activity is great for quick math practice with sequencing number from one hundred to thirty. You can do this anywhere because there are no materials needed!

   Working with Numbers Printables

card on my forehead

Card on My Forehead (1 to 10)

This fun activity lets kids practice making pairs to get a total of ten in a very silly way. Your child will hold a ten frame card to their forehead. They have to guess how many squares are filled in and you will try to help by telling them what number you could pair it with to make ten.

equivalent expressions

Equivalent Expressions

The classic game board that kids and parents are so familiar with is incorporated in this engaging game that also encourages practice with identifying numbers before and after.

go fish

Go Fish (1 to 10)

This game is not only fun, but also a great way to help kids learn different ways to make the number ten! This game is played like traditional Go Fish, except that a “match” is two cards that can be added together to make ten.

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Make Ten

This activity is a great way for kids to learn different ways to make ten with one digit numbers. There are two ways to play and both promote healthy competition. You and your child or children will work to find pairs of one digit numbers that add up to ten.

pyramid

Pyramid (Make 10)

Values are represented in many different ways. Your child can practice combining values to make ten in this fun game based on the card game pyramid. They will be combining values to form ten from the pyramid in order to discover the mystery card.

race to write

Race to Write (1 to 10)

This activity is a great way to help kids learn different ways to “see” the numbers 1-10, begin to group items together without counting, and learn different ways to make 10!

school day

School Day (Tens or Ones)

A classic board game is transformed into an engaging math story about your child’s school day using the concept of tracking rewards and penalties. She or he will be practicing adding and subtracting one digit numbers and forms of ten. While working their way around a game board, he or she will collect rewards for positive school deeds or pay in the opposite situation.

   Addition and Subtraction Printables

   Place Value Printables

 Second Grade

   Number Words and Numerals Printables

   Working with Numbers Printables

equivalent expressions

Equivalent Expressions

This activity is a great way for kids to see how they can combine different numbers to come up with the same total. Those pairs are equivalent expressions. You will be finding pairs together, as a race or independently.

make twenty

Make Twenty

This activity is a great way for kids to learn different ways to make twenty with one and two digit numbers. There are two ways to play and both promote healthy competition.

pyramid

Pyramid (Make 20)

Values are represented in many different ways. Your child can practice combining values to make twenty in this fun game based on the card game pyramid. They will be combining values to form twenty from the pyramid in order to discover the mystery card..

race to write

Race to Write

This activity is a great way to help kids learn different ways to "see" the numbers 1-10, begin to group items together without counting, and learn different ways to make 10!

salute

Salute!

This fun activity is made for groups of three. You will be using mental math strategies to find sums and differences while play acting the part of sergeant and soldiers.

school day

School Day (Tens and Ones)

A classic board game is transformed into an engaging math story about your child’s school day using the concept of tracking money transactions. She or he will be practicing adding and subtracting one and two digit numbers while working their way around a game board, collecting rewards for positive school deeds or paying in the opposite situation.

school day

School Day (within 100)

A classic board game is transformed into an engaging math story about your child’s school day using the concept of tracking money transactions. She or he will be practicing adding and subtracting one and two digit numbers while working their way around a game board, collecting rewards for positive school deeds or paying in the opposite situation.

   Addition and Subtraction Printables

bingo addition

Bingo Addition (12 to 20)

Bingo is a game that everyone can enjoy! This version, however, is a fun way to help kids learn simple addition using the numbers within 20. Practicing adding these numbers together in different combinations is a great way for kids to become familiar with these facts.

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Counting Counters (to 20)

Using anything from around the house, your child will work to tell the total of two groups of items when one set of items is covered. This activity helps build familiarity and efficiency with addition fluency within 20.

counting counters

Counting Counters (Beyond 20)

Using anything from around the house, your child will work to tell the total of two groups of items, beyond 20, when one group of items is covered. This activity helps build familiarity and efficiency with addition fluency within 20.

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Fill the Pockets (Sums to 20)

For this activity you and your child will find pairs of quantities that add up to twenty and then place them into pockets with the matching numeral that you make! This is a great way to use kid's natural desire to create and use that product to practice important math skills.

how many

How Many (1 - 20)

This activity is a great way to help your child develop different ways to solve problems that involve adding and subtracting! Do you remember doing “word problems” when you were in school? Sometimes they seemed like trick questions instead of questions related to math. This activity will help your child think about different ways to break questions apart so that they make sense.

race to write

Removing Counters (Within 20)

Using anything from around the house, your child will work to tell how many things within 20 items. This activity helps build familiarity and efficiency with subtraction fluency within 20.

   Place Value Printables

 Third Grade

   Place Value Printables

   Multiplication and Division Printables

Composite Cookie Company

You are working for the Composite Cookie Company and the orders are coming in! It is fun for kids to pretend to work for a cookie company and also practice their multiplication mental math skills.

making rectangles

Making Rectangles

This activity asks your child to connect the dots with horizontal and vertical lines to find the number of squares that will fit in given rectangle. Once they make lines to create the blocks they can count the total number of blocks they have created.

pop drop move-it

Pop Drop Move-It (3's)

This game is poppin’ with fun and action! Hard to believe for a math game? Well, math is fun! You and your child will use popsicle sticks and markers to toss and solve multiplication problems.

pop drop move-it

Pop Drop Move-It (2's and 4's)

This game is poppin’ with fun and action! Hard to believe for a math game? Well, math is fun! You and your child will use popsicle sticks and markers to toss and solve multiplication problems.

pop drop move-it

Pop Drop Move-It (2's and 5's)

This game is poppin’ with fun and action! Hard to believe for a math game? Well, math is fun! You and your child will use popsicle sticks and markers to toss and solve multiplication problems.

pop drop move-it

Pop Drop Move-It (6's and 7's)

This game is poppin’ with fun and action! Hard to believe for a math game? Well, math is fun! You and your child will use popsicle sticks and markers to toss and solve multiplication problems.

cowboy counters

Sorting Even and Odd - Cowboy Counters

Your child will be countin’ cowboys to find the total number of cowboy boots. This activity will help your child learn how to count by two’s.

   Working With Numbers Printables