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Create Your Own Math Games to Enhance Math Workshop

By Beth Newingham on May 6, 2013
  • Grades: 3–5

Everyday Mathematics provides materials for many games in each unit of Math Workshop, but my teaching partner and I also created many games of our own and have purchased some additional math games at teacher stores or online to supplement the Everyday Mathematics games for some of the units.

There are great resources available from the Scholastic Teacher Store that can be used to enhance your Math Games Station, such as Scholastic professional books with reproducible math games and math center ideas.

You can also have students play Everyday Mathematics online games or Scholastic online math games if you have computers or laptops in your classroom.

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