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- Times Tables with Tic Tac Toe

a full row of X s or O s Tips It doesn t have to end there If the kids really get into this game you don t have to announce a winner at the end of the first lesson You can let them know that you are keeping track of who is winning and continue playing week to week You can even have them play twice a week This will keep them excited about each time they play and they will know that if their team didn t do well on the first lesson they still have a chance to win the next time around You can also reward the students with the most correct answers by allowing each student to be the team captain If there are more than two students you can have them take turns until everyone is able to be the team captain To make this game even more interesting you can reward the students with a variety of treats A good idea would be to purchase candies that are circular and X shaped One possibility is sour apple rings for O s and gummy worms for X s After trying this you will see that Tic Tac Toe with times tables is a very simple and yet still motivational game and for review here is an additional fun game for learning times tables http www math lessons ca timestables times tables html If you enjoyed this article subscribe to receive more great content just like it Subscribe via RSS Feed About the Author Comments 4 Trackback URL Comments RSS Feed Renee says December 28 2009 at 2 21 pm I used tic tac toe as a review game in my classroom all the time Two students would play each other using one tic tac

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Open archived version from archive - Math Game of Points for Times Tables

For each correctly solved problem that the student has correct they are assigned the amount of points associated with that problem For example 1 1 1 they would be given 1 point 2X2 4 and so on If the student answers the problem incorrectly they do not gain any points As a matter of fact they lose the amount of points that correspond to the problem they answered incorrectly This technique gets the children even more interested in learning multiplication tables as well as answering the problems correctly It will also get them motivated to correctly answer the equations especially those with the higher numbers so they can accumulate more points At the end of the assignment each student s score is added up and the person with the most correct problems as well as the most points is designated as the winner If there is more then one winner then you can do a sudden death match and have each player compete against each other until there is a winner Or you can reward both of them with the title of Multiplication Masters and they can be the designated team leaders when you play this game another time You can also add even more fun to this game by breaking the class up into teams and assigning 5 players to each team This allows the students a chance to interact with each other and learn the value of teamwork plus for those students that are struggling they will be able to work with other students that can help them out By incorporating this fun game into your teaching plan learning multiplication tables will be a lot more fun for kids plus they will benefit from working with other students They will also learn a valuable lesson that integrates the

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Open archived version from archive - Teaching Fractions Easier with Fortune Cookies

paper at a right angle from the original fold but in the direction of the identical side of the paper Unfold it Now the square has a vertical and a horizontal crease in the middle 5 Flip the paper over so the decorated side is facing downward 6 Take each corner of the square and fold it so it touches the middle point in the center 7 Flip it over Notice that it is twice as thick as before 8 Fold the four new points so they meet in the center 9 The end result is a small thick square Fold it again so it is a rectangle shape and then fold it once more so that it is a square once again Unfold the last two folds all you need are the creases 10 Extend the flaps with the less tighter points away from the body This is so you can fit your index finger and thumbs underneath these flaps 11 Now with your fingers below the flaps condense the four outer corners together so you have a shape that resembles that of a flower The middle part of the flower is now the bottom point 12 Now for the creative part Instruct your students to write different types of fraction problems on each of the sides on the outer part of the cookie They can also draw pictures and jokes along with these fractions to make it more interesting For instance if you are instructing the students to create the fraction that is 1 whole they can draw a heart that is split down the center and is composed of two parts The inside part of the cookie will reveal the concealed answers to the fraction problems By incorporating this crafty project students will be engaged learn more

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Open archived version from archive - New Elementary Math Card Games

card games for Fractions and Geometry 4 Whole Numbers Fractions Card Games Grades 4 6 3 Geometry Games Grades 1 3 3 Fractions Decimals Percent Games Grades 2 4 If you enjoyed this article subscribe to receive more great content just like it Subscribe via RSS Feed About the Author Specialty International Education Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name required Email required will not be published Website

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Open archived version from archive - Instructional video: Reducing Fractions

school teaching united states videos videos visit http www youtube com v dYXRXT4m Mc f gdata videos More The Language of Mathematics 11 Reducing Fractions If you enjoyed this article subscribe to receive more great content just like it Subscribe via RSS Feed About the Author Specialty International Education Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name required Email required will not be published Website If you want a

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Open archived version from archive - How to Teach Multiplication: Teaching Times Tables to Elementary …

reading More How to teach times tables to a 7 year old I m assuming that this 7 year old is already a wiz with addition and subtraction Does this 7 year old already know how to do basic word problems with addition and subtraction Read Yahoo Answer Content provided courtesy of Google Yahoo and Technorati If you enjoyed this article subscribe to receive more great content just like it

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Open archived version from archive - Maths Teaching

just give her lists of pairs of fractions and continue reading FYI here is a list of recently published Posts on same topic Dimension M math game for New York City schools kids Dimension M math game for New York City school kids I though that might be of interest Content provided courtesy of Google Yahoo and Technorati If you enjoyed this article subscribe to receive more great content just

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Open archived version from archive - Video – Adding Fractions with Different Denominators

Tweet This Tags elemetary math homeschool mathematics teacher teaching Teaching Elementary Math Instructional video on adding fractions with different denominators If you enjoyed this article subscribe to receive more great content just like it Subscribe via RSS Feed About the Author Specialty International Education Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name required Email required will not be published Website If you want a picture to show with your

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