Cool math games for ages 12 and up make learning fun!
If you're looking for cool math games for kids ages 12 and up, MindWare is the place to be. You'll find fun math games for kids that they can play at home and games that are geared for classroom use as well. The "I Have, Who Has" math game creates a ripple effect through the classroom, engaging every student by the time the game is over. Conceptual Bingo also includes the whole class and has a set for every math level from grade to high school.
One of the cool math games classrooms love to play is "I Have, Who Has". Teachers hand out math progression game cards, relating to the current lesson plan, and the fun begins. Students listen for the equation that fits their "I have X" statement, then read "I have Y" to pass the fun along to the next child."I Have, Who Has" is a great game for classroom participation and generating excitement about learning. Grades 5 to 6 reinforces division, rational numbers, linear expressions and reducing fractions.
Created by a veteran math teacher; Equate is a mathematical version of Scrabble. Players use tiles to form vertical or horizontal math equations - requiring them to think strategically and creatively while completing the math computations. Landing on premium board positions and using higher order math tiles equals higher scores in this math game for kids. Each game is for 2 to 4 players or teams. Add to the cool math game fun with the Equate Activity Notebooks Level 1 and Level 2 with reproducible Equate activities.
A favorite math game for kids in many classrooms is Conceptual Bingo. Bingo is a great way to get the whole class excited and involved. Each Conceptual Bingo set includes 36-bingo cards, calling cards, 360 plastic markers and two reproducible masters to help teachers assess students and customize the game.
What's really cool about this math game is the range of topics including; Square Root and Quadratic Equations, Integers, Polynomials and much more for kids ages 12 and up.
Math Dice Tournaments get kids involved in cool math games that are easy to adapt to any skill level. The boxed set included enough supplies to run a tournament with 12 to 18 players - so it's easy to get a whole classroom involved. Using three dice, players form a math equation trying to get as close to the target number as possible. This math game for kids will provide hours of active math practice and fun.