More NO PREP Math Games Freebies

Yay! I have finally completed my set of No Prep Math Games with the division games and multiplication games now ready!
 
Remember - all you need to play these games is pencils and maybe dice.
Many teachers have been using the No Prep Games for homework and they are also great for math centers and fast finishers.
 
This is the Multiplication Freebie set.
 
In this game players roll 2 dice and add then multiply by 7. Next color the answer. First to make a line of 4 is the winner.

Here is one that will really make them think - the players have to find a line of 3 numbers that will make a multiplication equation.
 
This is the division No Prep set.

For this game, the players take turns at coloring a division equation and the answer. They are competing to make the longest line in their color around the outside of the board.

Another division game - the players have to find a line of three numbers that will create a division equation. (How cute are those birds!)
 
Hope you like these new games. For more games see the complete sets of
 
and
 
Here are a few of the multiplication games! This set contains 26 Print and Play games to review multiplication by 2-12.

   

   

 
 
 Here are some of the division games! This set contains 25 Print and Play games to review division  by 2-12.
   

   

(The bird with the worm graphics has to be one of my favorites! So cute!)
 
 
For Addition and Subtraction NO PREP Games see
 


5 comments:

  1. Teresa, first of all, thank you so much for running your collaborative Pinterest boards and your lovely blog. I really appreciate another teacher who believes that games are the way to teach children. I just put up a solid shape Bingo game for kindergarten and pre-k, and a meal menu for pre-k that has prices on it to relate to math and dramatic play. I just want to make sure that I'm following the rules correctly. I put in the description that they're both paid products. I just wanted to let you know that I didn't see other people's pins saying that they're paid products. Maybe I just didn't notice it. Thanks again for the opportunity to pin.

    Your latest follower,

    Sharon Dudley, NBCT
    Teaching with Sight

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  2. These look great and my students really need to practice their facts. Thank you.

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  3. The kids really love these games
    I've used the multiplication ones with my numeracy groups in the past. They get really competitive and forget they are reviewing number facts.

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  4. The kids really love these games
    I've used the multiplication ones with my numeracy groups in the past. They get really competitive and forget they are reviewing number facts.

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