Nearly 50 math games and activities will help your students review and practice throughout the year.
These games and activities:
I use this website all the time to reinforce the math skills. The students love the interactive games and how there are many different kinds! Well worth the money!
My students LOVE this resource. The online activities are great for extra practice or review. They cover a wide range of 6th grade math skills, so we use these often throughout the year. Students also love repeating an activity to see if they can improve their score. Thank you for creating these!
I have this on my “may do” activity list for students to practice when there is extra time. I will also specifically ask them to play certain games when I am studying them in class or before a major test!
For the Truth or Dare games: yes. The logic in designing the Truth or Dares was pretty intense and can’t be quickly changed to offer different questions each time; however, I can explore making versions that will allow for that.
For other member activities: NO. Most other member activities pull from question banks, so while a student may get one or two repeat questions when they complete an activity multiple times, the entire set of questions they see will be a bit different each time.
As many students as you want. Students use a password to access each activity and there’s no limit to the number of students who can access at the same time. None of the teachers who’ve used the site have reported issues with using the password/logging in. The site password changes each month.
Yes! Each activity has its own link, so you can assign an activity by adding the link to your assignment in Google Classroom.
No! You can provide students a link to the site or to the individual activities, the way you’d provide any link to your students.
All of the math activities show results in some form. For example, the Truth or Dare games have an “Answer Sheet.” Many of the other activities show students’ points on the main screen; some show the point totals on an ending results screen. Others show results by color, like the absolute value activity (green for correct, red for incorrect).
Regardless of where the results are shown in the activity, students need to take a screenshot of their results page to send to you (or upload into Google Classroom, or another LMS you may be using.) Unfortunately, the software I use can’t be programmed to report scores to all the different LMSs classes are using.
Teachers are using the activities for:
At this time, the yearly cost covers all your students.
These interactive games have been great to assign students through Google classroom to practice the skills that we are learning.
My students enjoyed these activities! They worked for all levels of students. I will definitely be using these in the future!
I included them as part of a choice board for students to review and/or practice newly learned skills. My students liked the Absolute Value and MMMR activities.