# Category Archives: Activity

## Write on Windows

Using dry-erase markers, wet-erase markers or window crayons write out math problems on your windows.  The benefits to doing math this way, aside from being able to move, include strengthening hand and wrist muscles. This is important for kids with fine … Continue reading

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## Hopscotch Math

Use chalk to make a hopscotch board and write addition, subtraction, multiplication or division facts in each square to say as you hop down the board.

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## Capture the Flag with a place value twist

What you will need: Red, yellow, blue and green construction paper Pencils Rulers Scissors Markers to write the values What to do: 1. Cut long strips of construction paper for each value. These are the “flags.” Red = Ones Yellow = … Continue reading

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## Would you rather…

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## Double It or Taking 1/2

One person picks a number and asks the other to double it.  Round 1: You can start off easy by asking double 3, 9, 12, 15, 35.  Round 2: Then make it harder 18, 34, 56, 73. Round 3: Double … Continue reading

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## Would you rather…

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## Mystery Number Draw

Number Draw: Students can do this activity for sums, differences, products Partners put hands behind their back and each make a number on their fingers (1-10).  Decide if you want to determine the sum, difference or product. On the count … Continue reading

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## Would you rather…

Why did you choose that option and would everyone in your family choose the same option? From wouldyourathermath.com

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## What are the coins?

What you’ll need: Some coins  Ask the following questions: I have three coins in my pocket. They are worth 7 cents. What do I have? (a nickel and 2 pennies) I have three coins in my pocket. They are worth … Continue reading

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## Puzzle

Above are shown three coins, each with one gold side and one silver side. Is it possible to successively flip over pairs of adjacent coins so that all 3 coins are gold side up?  Daily puzzlers on Brillant.org

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