Practice Strategies and Games – Alternatives to 1-31 odd

Welcome to my virtual filing cabinet!

I needed a place to store all the wonderful practice strategies and games I find posted online.  Some of these include huge repositories of pre-made activities for every math topic under the sun. Be sure to add them to you personal storage.

Enjoy!

Practice Strategies

Question stacks

Explained here by Sarah Carter at Math = Love.

Repository of ready made activities on a variety of topics here.  

Add ‘em Up

Explained here by Greta B at Count it all Joy

Repository of ready made activities on a variety of topics here.  

More high school examples from Sara VanDerwerf here

Open middle style version here

One Incorrect Activity

Explained here by Greta B at Count it all Joy.  Samples at end of this post.

Row Games

(really a practice structure)

Explained here by Kate Nowak at Function of Time.

Repository of SO MANY ready made activities sorted by topic here   .

 

Games

Math survivor Game

Explained here by Julie Reulbach at I Speak Math

Trashketball

Explained here by Julie Reulbach at I Speak Math

Speed Dating

Explained here by Kate Nowak at Function of Time.

Fly swatter review game

Explained here by Julie Reulbach at I Speak Math

War

Explained here by Denise Gaskins at Let’s Play Math.  Many samples available in post.

Matho

Explained here by Julie Reulbach at I Speak Math

Connect four

Explained here by Audrey at Math by the Mountain

Math relay

Explained here by Sue Benhardus at A Blank Sheet of Paper

1 to 100 grid

Explained here by Julie Morgan at Fraction Fanatic

A more wild and crazy version explained here by Jon Orr at Mr Orr is a Geek.

The Unfair game

Explained in a tweet here by Jennifer Abel.   Someone really needs to blog this!

Draw it

Explained here by Julie Reulbach at I Speak Math

Pass and Fold

Explained here by Michelle at Unscrambling Math

Ghosts in the Graveyard (adapts to any holiday or season)

Explained here by Sarah Carter at Math = Love.

 

Tech games:

Kahoot

Explained here by Julie Reulbach at I Speak Math

Quizizz

Explained here by Marissa G at La Vie Mathematique

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