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# Printable Math Games

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• "I have - Who has?" Practice the numbers 1-999 with this place value game. (Includes hundreds place and numbers up to 999).
• Matching numbers to pictures.
• Students write multiplication problems (with sums up to 40). When the answer to the problem is called, they cover the square. A fun variation on a popular favorite.
• "I have... who has...?" Place value math game. Includes thousands place and numbers up to 9999.
• multiple purpose squares for number practice, computation, and games.
• "I have... Who has?" with addition up to 18.
• "I have... Who has?" with addition up to 25.
• "Place a TRIANGLE at 2,4." Place the colorful pictures (included) in this simple (5x5) grid by following the the correct co-ordinates. This grid game is great for developing early map skills and shape recognition, and for practicing following directions.
• Practice addition and subtraction to (or from) 100 with this simple board game.
• "I have three tens... who has \$45 dollars in three bills?" Practice combinations of bills (ones, tens, twenties, and fifties) with this all-class math game.
• Match the math problems (with sums to 15) to the answers to win the game.
• A place value to ten-thousands chart with game pieces. May be used with abcteach's game questions for place value, "I have...Who has..."
• Turned Shapes Game: A game to help students learn shapes, regardless of position or orientation in space.
• This game is similar to memory. Try to match the clue and the answer. CC: Math: 1.NBT.C.6

• This game is similar to memory. Try to match the clue and the answer. CC: Math: 1.NBT.C.6

• Roll the dice to fill in the tens and ones boxes, and then write the number of each costume at the party. Laminate for a fun, reusable classroom game.

• Roll the dice and move acroos the board by dividing equations. Laminate for a fun, reusable classroom game.

• Roll the dice and move across the board by subtracting equations (within 30). Laminate for a fun, reusable game.

• Played like 'go fish,' this card game features colored Christmas lights numbered 1-10. Match the numbers or colors to make pairs.

• Match the missing factors on the candy canes to the numbered stockings.