Printable & Digital Math Games, Activities, and Worksheets
A great way to practice a math skill is to play fun math games! I always try to include game time into my sessions, and these games and activities are the perfect way to get just a little more practice in while having some fun!
I have created a variety of games for students to play with a partner or independently. I also have spiral worksheets – my favorite way to make sure that skills stay sharp! Some of my games are printable, while others are digital. Many of my digital math games are self-checking and provide instant feedback! This makes it easy for students to work independently, and provides some relief to teachers who have enough to grade already!
I’ve listed a few of my best sellers and my favorite games below. To see my full catalog of printable and digital resources, please check out my Teachers Pay Teachers store! All of these resources can be purchased for immediate download!
I’m so excited to offer my newest way to help students! Multiplication Math Camp!
I have compiled a series of online games and activities that will help to enhance students’ multiplication fact fluency. This option consists of 4 sections with 4 tasks each. All of the tasks include a demonstration video so that they know exactly how to complete the activities, as well as a skill video, which reviews the particular skill they will need to complete the activity. All of the activities are self-checking with immediate feedback, so students should be able to complete everything on their own! It’s a great way to keep skills sharp throughout the summer!
Choose the Operation Word Problems – A Jeopardy Style Game
Do your students need help with word problems and choosing the correct operation keywords? This Google Slides math quiz game show is a great way to help students learn how to correctly identify if they should when solving story problems!
Measuring and Drawing Angles Pack
Do your students struggle with measuring angles with a protractor? Do they know how to draw angles with a protractor? This two-part activity pack will help them with both!
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!
6th Grade Math Spiral Review BUNDLE
6th grade math spiral review BUNDLE – Printable PDF worksheets that cover all 5 common core standards: Ratios and Proportions, The Number System, Expressions and Equations, Geometry, & Statistics and Probability. 42 work pages with answer keys full of skill and word problems. Great for centers, homework, morning work, bell ringers, homeschool, test prep, test review, and extra practice! Makes a great beginning of year assessment for incoming 7th graders!
Mystery Picture BUNDLE – Add, Subtract, & Multiply
NEW!! – Students love these digital Add, Subtract, and Multiply Mystery Picture – Pixel Art math games! Practice addition, subtraction, and multiplication fluency to uncover the mystery picture hidden inside!
Students get instant feedback! If they get the answer correct, their answer will turn black and part of the picture will appear! If they get the answer incorrect, their answer will turn red, and no part of the picture will appear – they can then try it again!
K – 2nd-grade Number Sense Activities Boom Cards
These math Boom Cards are perfect for digital math centers and online math games for kindergarten, first grade, and second grade to practice place value, number sense, and math review. These addition task cards are excellent online games that you can assign using Google Classroom, Schoology, and other online platforms – or simply send your students a link!
Order of Operations (PEMDAS) Activity
Do your students struggle with solving problems using Order of Operations? Do they tend to ? This Google Slides Activity breaks down Order of Operations math problems to help students solve one piece of the puzzle at a time! Students use the PEMDAS rule to identify which operation to solve one at a time.