If you’ve followed my blog, or even just my posts here at CF, you’ve seen that I create a lot of games. I really like using games as a way for students to independently practice and review skills. I think games are a great part of the math block especially. We all know that facts are best learned through repetitive practice. We don’t want to bore our students with worksheets all the time, so games are a great way for students to get that practice.
A while back I created a game called Left-Right-Learn where students draw a card, solve the fact, and move the corresponding number of spaces. Click the picture below to come on over to my blog to find out how you can download the game for yourself for free!