Math Centre Board Games for NUMBER and FRACTIONS suits Grade 1-3
9x Math Centre Board Games to support students in building their Knowledge Concepts for Number and Fractions Identification. This equates to learners working in the Advanced Counting Stage for Numeracy ( New Zealand Stage 4) and targets the following
2x Learning Goals:
- identify all of the numbers in the range 0 - 100
- identify symbols for halves, quarters, thirds and fifth.
**This is an update and extension for the Number and Fractions Identification section of my very popular resources:
This new PDF resource has 9 games designed specifically to target the 2 learning goals.
1) Name The Number Bingo
2) Name The Number Match-up
3) Name The Number Pairs
4) Name The Number Loopy
5) Fraction Bingo
6) Fractions of Solids Match-up
7) Fractions of Sets Match-up
8) Fractions of Solids Pairs
9) Fractions of Sets Pairs
Games need to be printed on card (suggest white or yellow to match colour coded level) or laminated for longevity, Some games require pieces to be cut out, or dice and counters added.
Organise into storage containers in your math centre, where students can easily access and use independently, and work on their Number & Fractions Identification Knowledge. Add some smooth place mats to use with each game which help to keep loose pieces contained.
Further items included are:
- All content in PDF format and Games also provided as 300dpi Jpegs in a zipped file
- Teacher information
- Game rules
- Student recording sheet plus blank for other extra games you might already have or will add to the centre in the future or digital options you cant to include
- Student reflection sheet
- Teacher recording sheet
Students can independently practise their skills specifically required for this Numeracy stage, during their independent station rotation, following the goals on their personalised goal sheets, (included).
This is part 1 of a larger bundle of board games that collectively support the following domains for Advanced Counting (New Zealand Stage 4):
- Number identification (this set)
- Sequencing and Ordering
- Grouping and Place Value
- Fractions (this set)
- Basic Facts
These collection of board games have been designed to boost and consolidate instant recognition/recall of number concepts for students working with numbers to 100 and with 2 digit numbers.
In New Zealand, that equates to students in Years 2-4 (ages of 6-8). However - this resource will be a welcome addition of independent activities to the maths programme of any classroom where small group teaching occurs and students are allocated independent tasks where they need to be meaningfully engaged.
This board games based approach to learning, enhances social skills, collaboration, self management, problem solving skills and fair play. Set within a robust management and reflection framework. 50+ PDF pages.
A great alternative to worksheets and digital screen time, after many months of Zoom learning.
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