Friday, June 29, 2012

FREEBIE FRIDAY: Math Workshop Games

So apparently I am back with a vengeance! I haven't posted anything in a month and a half and then two in one day...I am on a roll! This will be a quick post, as opposed to my monster post earlier. I just wanted to share the directions sheets that I made to make my math games look cuter and more organized. The games came from all around, I just retyped the directions onto a cute template.

I store all of my games in laminated brown envelopes. The direction pages are color coded by skill (addition, subtraction, fractions, etc.) to help me out when selecting games to put in math workshop. Since the games come from all over and I did not create them, I do not have any materials for you to download other than the directions sheets. However, most of the directions sheets are self-explanatory as to what items are needed to play the game. Some pages are for file folder games, which are not pictured here. If you would like to use some of these pages and you are unsure about what materials to include with the game, leave me a comment and I will let you know. Enjoy!



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6 comments:

Fern Smith said...

Thank you for sharing this at TBA and linking up! Head on over to my blog tomorrow at 8:00 am for the very exciting Top Teachers' Blog Swap & Hop!
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Teach321 said...

I would love any of the game boards that you can share that go with these directions!

Thanks!
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AMizell said...

I would love to recreate these games but I am lost. Please help... :)

Denise said...

I would love to know what materials you used for these games. I'm thinking of using these as a supplemental tool to our homework. Super cute and organized!
Thanks ,
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StaceyRippmanVelaochaga said...

I would also love to use these in my classroom, but I need some guidence as to where to find the game boards. Thank you for sharing!

Stacey
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Hilary said...

Where can I find the game boards? I would love to use these.