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 your 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.

Menu Math

Explained here by Nat Banting at Musing Mathematically.

Ready made activities on a wide variety of topics included at bottom of post.

One Incorrect Activity

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

More be Don Stewart here.

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.

Math “Paper Telephone”

Suggested here in a tweet by Berkeley Everett. Original game blogged here by Paige at The Game Gal. Hoping for a blog post with more mathy examples soon!

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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