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  • Fun and Games Math

    Play with our mathematics games for fun and learning

    etwinning 2016 -2017

  • The games reinforce the mathematical thinking of children especially those related to mathematics and mainly used for teaching, contributing to training memory, the ability to predict and find relationships in sharpening concentration, attention and observation in space perception, developing mathematical reasoning computer skills logical-mathematical (Kamii & De Clark, 1995, Kamii & Rummelsburg, 2008) and probabilistic thinking.

    The game in mathematics education

  • math and Christmas

    Christmas Countdown Calendar

  • Winter Sudoku

    From win

  • Coloured dice from small sqares and codingwin

  • Marta Czerniak.

  • Skip Counting Puzzles- 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s

    Skip Counting Puzzles are a cool math games to help your student practice skip counting while having fun at the same time.

    3rd Primary school Of Rhodes

  • 3rd Primary school Of Rhodes

  • 3rd Primary school Of Rhodes

  • Place Value Slider

    "Place Value slider"is a way to learning about two and three digit numbers and place value the ones, tens place. We give students a number telling how many points and how many tens have .The children crawling over the cards down and create the two-digit number.

    3rd Primary school Of Rhodes

  • Tagrams gamesTangrams are fun for children of all ages. Complete the puzzle by moving and rotating the seven shapes. A fun way to work problem solving and visual spatial skills.

    3rd Primary school Of Rhodes

  • 3rd Primary school Of Rhodes

  • Read the code

    QR Codes instantly make activities more exciting and engaging for all learners.

  • Playing with dice

    Children play in pairs. One child writes on a sheet number in the specified range, eg. 100. The second child throws the dice, add to a saved number of number of stitches on the ankle and reports the result. After 10 throws then reverse roles. He wins a child who flawlessly calculated a greater number of activities.You can also use subtraction or multiplication.

    Dorota Apanowicz/ POLAND

  • Who has more?

    Children play in pairs. They draw lots cardboard box and add the number of dots, or comparing results. A person with more wins and takes 2 cartons. The winner is the student with more cartons.

    Of course you can also use other mathematical operations.

    Dorota Apanowicz /POLAND


    Sudoku puzzle, the aim of which is to fill the table in such a way that each row, each column and each of the nine 3 3 squares there were one digit from 1 to 9.

    Dorota Apanowicz / POLAND

  • Hunt for geometric figures

    Aids: the game board (geometric shapes with written numbers), dice, poker chips in 2 colors Students play in pairs. They throw the dice and add, subtract multiply or divide the number of discarded mesh.Set your chip on the figure of the number indicate the result of the mathematical operation performed. Student wins with more chips on the board.

    Dorota Apanowicz / POLAND

  • Race frogs

    Students draw lots 2 digit numbers, add them up and move "frog" as many spaces as indicated by the result of the addition. He wins a child who reaches the finish line first, which is the number 100.Dorota Apanowicz/Poland

  • Symmetry

    Dorota Apanowicz/ Poland

  • Minute start

    Students perform mathematical operations within 1 minute and record the number of counts. A colleague validates the job and a good result gives 1 point. He wins the student with the best results.Great fun to practice counting in memory. You can use different numbers depending on the age of the students.

    Dorota Apanowicz /POLAND

  • Maglaridou Sofia

    2nd Kindergarten of Plagiari Greece

  • Maglaridou Sofia,Greece

  • Maglaridou Sofia,Greece

  • Measure and put

    clothes pins into cups

    Maglaridou Sofia,Greece

  • Numbers 1-10 with rolls and CDs

    Maglaridou Sofia,Greece

  • Double entry table -christmas balls and numbers

    Maglaridou Sofia,Greece

  • Christmas trees-Sizes indentification

    Maglaridou Sofia,Greece

  • Stars and trees-Sizes indentification

    Maglaridou Sofia,Greece

    Reconstruct the trees

  • Find the two identical christmas things

    Maglaridou Sofia,Greece

  • Identification of christmas things

    Maglaridou Sofia,Greece

  • Ntomino with numbers and christmas things

    Maglaridou Sofia,Greece

  • Ntomino with christmas things

    Maglaridou Sofia,Greece

  • Find the same

    Maglaridou Sofia,Greece

  • Double Entry TableColors - Shapes

    Maglaridou Sofia,Greece

  • Same Shapes

    Maglaridou Sofia,Greece

  • Same Color of the Shapes

    Maglaridou Sofia,Greece

  • SizesFrom big to small

    Maglaridou Sofia,Greece

  • Find the same

    Maglaridou Sofia,Greece

  • CorrelationReformed the snowmen

    Maglaridou Sofia,Greece

  • Identification sizes

    Maglaridou Sofia,Greece

  • a game for counding and recognision of numbers

    1st Primary School of Komotini Marianthi Arvanitidou

  • making numbers

    Marianthi Arvanitidou1st Primary School of Komotini

  • Marianthi Arvanitidou1st Primary School of Komotini

  • family of numbers

    1st Primary School of Komotini -Greece

  • An addition mashine

    My older students love to experiment with bigger numbers. When 3 students play, one likes to use a white board to write down whatever math problem they are working on while the other two count out the beads. The children put the first set of counting items in the first cup, and the other child puts the second set in the second cup. They all fall through to the basket, and then they count them all

    1st Primary School of Komotini -Greece

  • Math game Ive got

    "I've got 15. Who' s got 25 more?"; "I've got 40. Who's got 5


    Aurelija Dirginien

    iauliai Juventa progymansium


  • The clock

    The colours show the time of the day: dark colours - it's a

    night, light colours - it's a day.

    Aurelija Dirginien

    iauliai Juventa progymnasium


  • October mandalaSimetria

    Aurelija Dirginien,

    iauliai Juventa progymnasium,


  • Domino :)

    Aurelija Dirginien,

    iauliai Juventa progymnasium,


  • Triangles The sum of the interior angles of a triangle is

    180 degrees.

    ' Why 180 degrees ?

  • Objects with Numbers

    Nilay KIYMACI Turkey

  • Rhythmic countingNilay KIYMACI Turkey






  • Daniela Tiganasu,School no1 Matca, Romania, 2nd grade

  • Here's a fun suggestion from Bialystok: Races in counting. It was necessary to roll two dice. Then, on a tailor centimeter move a clip on the total sum. Won the one who first arrived at 100.

    Katarzyna Zajczkowska



    Narlkuyu lkokulu Turkey

  • Domki oblicze - Calculations in homes

    Fun came up with a mathematical

    student, May Wisniewska.

    Prepared boards and task teams.

    Students practiced multiplication

    of numbers.


  • Rukiye Akyol- Denizciler Preschoolsorting

  • Rukiye Akyol- Denizciler Preschoolgrouping

  • Rukiye Akyol- Denizciler Preschoolrecognition of numbers

  • Rukiye Akyol- Denizciler Preschool

    Hungry Rabbit- counting

  • Hello,

    anyone of you suggested the idea of making workshop with students math games

    with their parents. I did. There were a variety of

    math games and fun game :-)

    Katarzyna Zajczkowska

  • loegSymmetry and Lego

    Mastori Meropi

  • Multiplication and encryption

    Primary School of Bogatynia

  • Funny game with a scarf educationChildren have to draw (random) number and put it on their shirts. Then all the children have to stay around scarf and hold it. The teacher chooses one word (or command), and when he says the word out loud, all the kids have to pick up a scarf. The teacher can say the numbers aloud, for example 9, 2, or double digits or numbers divided by 2, or numbers greater than ... less than ... When the teacher says a special word or command, all children who have a special number, or that fits specific command you need to run under the scarf and change your place in the circle. For example, commands can be any number which comprise two (e.g., 2, 12, 22, etc.). And as a result, any child who has his number 2, replace your place with another child. Students may propose their own ideas for this exercise.Primary School of Bogatynia

  • Postcard number

    Primary School of Bogatynia

  • Primary School of Bogatynia

  • Primary School of Bogatynia

  • Primary School of Bogatynia

    Mathematical battle

  • Primary School of Bogatynia

    Dice game on math

    50+50 50+50+50 50+50+50+100

    first throw cubes

    first throw cubes


    STOP save


    STOP save

  • Primary School of Bogatynia

  • Primary School of Bogatynia

  • Primary School of Bogatynia

  • Primary School of Bogatynia

  • Finde path for Santa

    Dragan Lukic Elementary Shool Belgrade, Serbia

    Mathematical New Year cards

    Tanja Olear Gojic

  • Addition subtraction

    multiplication division

    with dice.

    Throw the dice, create numbers

    and add, subtract,

    multiply and divide.

  • First toss - first number Second toss - second number

    Multiply two numbers (first toss x second toss)

    Repeat the round of 10 times

    The winner is the person, who make the least mistakes.

    Dice - Multiplication Table

  • Objects and FiguresGame can played with four students.Objects are added on he postcard.Students try to match numbers to objects.First win the matching game.

    Nilay Kymac- denizciler mustafa kemal ilkokulu

  • Tanja Olear Gojic,,Dragan Lukic Elementary School, Belgrade, Serbia

  • Nilay Kymac

  • Angles

    My body activity

    Tuem Ylmaz - ZMR ZEL TRK KOLEJ

  • Iam learning the collecting


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