Other Fraction Games
Other Fraction Games
We are working on multiplication in class!
An array is a rectangular pattern of items arranged in columns and rows.
When we describe arrays, we write the number of columns first.
Therefore, this array would read 6 x 3!
Try the array activities posted here for additional practice.
Activities to help with Multiplication patterns over increasing place values.
Games Using Multiplication Tables for Additional Practice.
A Game to Print and Try at Home: Racing Rectangles….click link below to print out the grid for playing.
Here’s an online lesson explaining how multiplication and division are related.
We are currently working on identifying number patterns using a hundreds chart. These two activities online may help students review at home.
We had a huge turnout for the Open House and it was a joy to see the children teaching their family members about the arcade games, as well as watching them laugh and play with them.
Our classroom arcade had 12 different games and all participants received a certificate for playing! It was a wonderful night to celebrate the creativity and imagination of the students in our classroom.
Thank you students! What a great start to the new school year!
There are sound clips of the students explaining their games so be sure to click on the purple link beside their images!
SKI BALL GAME
click to listen:702_0188
CUTE SHOOT GAME
click to listen: 702_0182
click to listen:702_0181
TARGET HITTER GAME
click to listen: 702_0183
THE CLAW GAME
click to listen: 702_0191
click to listen: 702_0195
click to listen: 702_0190
click to listen: 702_0194
click to listen: 702_0192
LEMONAID STAND “HIT THE TARGET” GAME
click to listen: 702_0196
click to listen: 702_0180
SHOOT THE GOLF BALL GAME
click to listen:702_0186
Perimeter is the distance around a two-dimensional shape.
Example 1: the perimeter of this rectangle is 7+3+7+3 = 20
Example 2: the perimeter of this regular pentagon is 3+3+3+3+3 = 5×3 = 15
(Roll for $1.00)
2. On each turn, all players use the number rolled
5. When a player has 10 or more pennies, he or she MUST exchange 10 pennies for a dime. Put the dime
101 and Out Game
You need: a partner , one die
This is a game for two or more players.
Follow these rules:
101 and Out