Play a fun prime number and composite number game to help students learn about primes, composites, and divisibility rules. Practice identifying numbers that are divisible by two through 11 using divisibility rules. Develop fluency at using factor trees to find factors by practicing at this game.
Are you looking for a great way to help students internalize math concepts? Teaching mental math is just the thing! Find out why mental math is so important and discover how to motivate students to improve math skills using mental math ideas and activities.
Looking for some exciting alternatives to flashcard and worksheet drills to help children memorize sight words? Here are eight games that will leave every student wanting more.
This article offers lesson plan ideas to use with The Phantom Tollbooth. Extended activities address reading comprehension, writing, analysis, vocabulary activities and more. Teachers can choose the activities most suitable for their groups’ needs.
Help beginning students understand the connection between decimals and fractions with these concrete exercises using place value blocks and fraction grids.
Memorizing math facts doesn’t have to be boring! Math fact flash cards are a common tool to help children memorize these important bits of information, but you can liven up practice time with cool math games. Dress up practice sessions with these great games for elementary students.
Capture attention and intrigue students with three great egg-speriments! Teach science vocabulary, observation, and reasoning skills using flashy and unusual science demonstrations.
Every classroom has corners of time to fill and every classroom has students who need practice with writing skills. Try out these great games that will help kids put pencil to paper for fun and practice.
Studying is not only more fun when you use games, it’s also more effective. Try these quick and easy learning games to breeze through the states and capitals unit this year! Try playing these games at home with a parent or a friend in your class.
Parents and teachers alike are sometimes so focused on the mechanics of writing well for standardized tests that they suck all the joy out of what should be an expression of self. Find out how to tempt your child to put pen to paper for the fun of it (and practice writing skills at the same time).
For many families of children with ADHD, homework is a nightly ordeal lasting four, five or even six hours each and every evening. These homework tips for parents of children with ADHD will make the load more manageable and provide ways to help your student get set up for success in school.
Studying doesn’t have to be a dreaded chore at your house! You can put a playful spin on learning with these cool study games for all ages.