Have I mentioned I like games?

As a teacher, I always spent TONS of times creating games and other hands on activities that my students could do to help them learn without always doing worksheets.  While there is a time and a place for worksheets, too often they are the easy and go-to solution for teachers looking to have time to meet with small groups.  I hope to share many easy activities teachers can use instead without breaking the bank.  This game is called Left-Right-Learn.  It’s a partner game that can be played in centers or as a whole class.  I have two versions.  The first one does only the multiplication facts to 5.

Click the picture to head to my store to download the facts to 5 version for FREE!

The second version does the facts through 10.  This version also offers 4 game boards and 54 facts for each board.  This way, if students randomly grab a board, they will have practice with a variety of problems.  And by keeping the cards to 54 per game, they have more repetitive practice with each problem.

When I think of this game, I think of line dancing.  I visualize stepping to the left, criss-crossing to the right, back to the left, and so on.  I’m not sure why but it makes me want to move! :)  Click on the picture to go to my TpT store.  Thank you to Graphics from the Pond for the borders!

I’m linking up with Corkboard Connections’ Super Math Centers linky.  Head on over to check out some other great math centers.


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