Printable Games and Worksheets
Here are a few really fun math games that I have created to play with my students.
Immediate download: find these games on my Teachers Pay Teachers store
6th Grade 12-Week Math Spiral Review (Common Core Aligned)
Help your students keep skills fresh with this 6th grade Common Core Spiral Math Review! Each page features math problems from each of the 5 domains: Ratios and Proportions, The Number System, Expressions and Equations, Geometry and Statistics and Probability. The left-hand column features basic practice in each of these 5 domains, while the right-hand column features a practical application of those same skills within a word problem or graphing practice.
I have designed this review to specifically help with connecting the concrete skill practice to application within word problems. Each word problem on the right is directly related to the skill that is being practiced on the left of each page.
Students can use this resource as a daily or weekly review. Perfect for 6th-grade test prep or for returning 7th graders needing to brush up on those 6th-grade math skills that may have been forgotten over the summer. These would also be wonderful math centers or morning/bell work!
Here is what you get:
• 12 student work pages – each covering all 5 sixth grade math domains.
• Answer key.
• Suggestions and guidance on how to use this resource in the classroom.
Go Pigs! is a 2-4 player card game that helps students practice comparing, combining and working with unit fractions. Game play is easy to learn because it is similar to “Go Fish”; however, in Go Pigs! players work to combine any number of fraction cards to create exactly ONE WHOLE to “play”.
This game is perfect for students learning about equivalent fractions, adding or subtracting fractions, or comparing fractions.
People always ask, “What do the pigs have to do with fractions?” and my response is, “Nothing, really. They are just cute!!!”
I’ve played this game with many of my students from 4th grade up through high school level, and they all think it’s so fun and love the different pig pictures! There are many variations that can be applied to this game based on the level of the player to make it fun, yet challenging.
This game was actually created by one of my own students, and she (and her parent) has given me written permission to modify and produce this game in a digital format to sell here in my store, and she also has been compensated. Her original art work has been modified slightly, yet it still remains true to her original design. I just love those pigs!
Please Note: This is a compressed Zip file containing 3 PDF files. Please be sure you have the correct applications to open such files.
The compressed Zip file contains: 1 instruction/game play/examples file; 1 game file designed for printers that have double sided printing capabilities; and 1 game file designed for printers that do not have double sided printing capabilities. These game files can also be printed in grey scale and still look great. Cardstock is recommended, but plain printer paper may also be used.
Integer Climb and Dive
Do your students struggle with adding and subtracting integers like mine do? I created this game just for that reason, and now, here it is for you to use, too! This game is so easy to set up and start playing. You will only need to print 2 pages and you’re ready to go! This would also make a great folder game, as it does not take up a lot of room.
This game helps students practice the fundamentals of adding and subtracting positive and negative integers. Students will either be Mountain Climbers, climbing to the top of the summit, or be Deep Sea Divers, diving down to the depths of the ocean floor. Players slide their Climber or Diver along the mountainside or under the ocean waters by adding and subtracting positive and negative integers. There are also many variations that can extend this game to a more challenging level.
The directions are simple and include pictures to help understand how to play the game. You will need minimal extra materials to play this game – just 2 sticky notes and 2 bags and you’re ready to play!
This game is for 2 players to practice measuring and drawing angles. Each player races to fill their circle with different measurements of angles. Players roll dice to determine each angle to measure and draw within the circle. The first player to have a total of at least 350 degrees wins!
This game is great for students new to using protractors and/or need extra practice using them to draw and measure angles. I play this game all the time with students who do not feel comfortable using a protractor, and by the end of the game, they are a pro!
This download includes:
Printable 10-sided dice. (0-9 and 00-90)
Printable game board.
Detailed instructions with pictures.
Step by step example of a game with pictures.
You will need your own protractor, pencil and colored pencils/markers/crayons (2 colors each).
This product is recommended for 3rd, 4th, 5th grades and up to practice multiplication. It can be adapted for smaller multiplication facts with the use of other dice.
This contains 7 pages, and includes the game board, score board, kid-friendly instructions, pawns (batters) and printable dice. Everything you need to play the game is here. There are no extra materials required.
I’ve played this game hundreds of times with my students, and they love it!