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Who Else Wants Some Free & Easy Printable Math Games?

Are you ready to play some fun math games? My students love playing printable math games. They are quick and easy to prepare and just what you need to help kids practice math skills while also having fun.

Are you ready to play some fun math games? Printable math games are quick and easy to set up and just what you need to help kids practice math skills.

Here you’ll find some free math games ready to print and then play.

Free printable math games

Estimating game

This is a game for 2 players that gets your students practising the skill of estimation. You only need a calculator, 2 x 10 sided dice and a copy of the playing board.

Are you ready to play some fun math games? Printable math games are quick and easy to set up and just what you need to help kids practice math skills.

Transformation puzzles

Transformation puzzles help your students develop the idea that things can move around by reflecting (flipping), translating (sliding) and rotating (turning). This helps kids to realize that by doing these movements it doesn’t change the size or shape of the thing.

Included are 5 different puzzles that include various irregular figures: frog, toy, present, fish and tree. When your students have created their transformation puzzles they swap with a partner and try to work out the sequence of movement. They then compare with the original to see how they are the same and how they are different.

Are you ready to play some fun math games? Printable math games are quick and easy to set up and just what you need to help kids practice math skills.

2D shape dominoes

Here I share with you a 2D shape domino game that will help your students to learn the names of the shapes. The dominoes have a mixture of the various 2D shape pictures as well as properties of 2D shapes.

You could use the dominoes in the usual way, but you could also cut apart each of the pieces to make a matching game. Just print them on thick card and cut apart each piece separately and spread them out face down in the middle. Players turn over 2 cards at a time to try and find 2 that match. If they match they keep them. The player with the most cards at the end is the winner.

Are you ready to play some fun math games? Printable math games are quick and easy to set up and just what you need to help kids practice math skills.

Click here to download your FREE printable math games.

More educational math games and activities

maths strategiesIf you liked these games, then you’ll love my Bumper Book of Fun Math Games & Activities.

In this eBook you’ll get over 130 pages of math activities and ideas that are suitable for students in grades 2 – 4.

The games and activities cover a range of math areas, including number, mental math, space, measurement and chance and data.

I know as a busy teacher you’re pulled in so many directions, so I made this eBook as an easy resource that you can use to add to your math teaching.

Click here to grab your copy of the math eBook.

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