With Sprouts, students draw a small set of dots and then connect those dots with lines. The first person who can’t make a connection loses.
Content Area: Math
Heaps is a lovely math-y strategy game that requires no more than paper and pencil to play.
So, just how much pasta could I cook in an Olympic-sized pool?
Let’s move beyond memorizing definitions and get kids grappling with the fascinating concept of infinity!
What if we used a universal theme to guide our study of fractions? These very big ideas get students thinking about fractions in a new way.
According to Costello, 7 × 13 = 28. In fact, watch him prove it…
If your students can find the area of a square then, armed with Google Earth, they can also figure out how many students you could pack into your school’s playground.
Here’s a quick to learn but difficult to master math game. Start with some basic divisibility rules, but then feel free to extend it to any math topic.
How few colors can you use to fill in a map so that no neighboring regions are the same color?
Go across disciplines by asking students to write a story about fraction equivalence.