# Math card games

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Math card games. Get inspired and try out new things.

### Many math games can be played with a single set of cards as individuals, with a partner, or in small groups. Playing cards are a great tool to have available for extra practice, a fun

Laura Candler saved to Math Teaching Resources

### In first grade, my favorite math games are the easiest ones! And they all use only one material...a pack of play cards! Today, let's talk about two of my favorite math card games for building base 10 understanding.

Staci Wells saved to Math Games

### Dice Wars: A simple & fun math game for kids - The Many Little Joys

Jennifer Johander-Bauernfeind saved to Games

### This 2-digit addition card game is a super simple way to practice addition skills, but also encourage problem solving and deepen an understanding of place value. Even though it's simple to set up and play, the math will challenge and strengthen your kids skills.

Stories by Storie saved to Math

### There's a good chance you have a pack of UNO cards at home or in your classroom. Here are 5 math games you can play with them.

Anna-Kaisa Roikonen saved to lapsille

### Practice your plus 1 minus 1 math facts with this fun math card game. It's a great way to practice math at home with your kids.

marge brittner saved to elementary math

### Make 10 is a simple math card game for kids in grades K-2. It helps kids learn the number pairs that make tens (8+2, 5+5 etc). After just 10 minutes of this addition card game, kids are much quicker at adding the tens pairs.

### Grab a deck of cards for some math fun! Download a free printable booklet of math games that require only a deck of standard playing cards.

### Find lots of ideas for FREE, fun math games using dominoes in this post for teachers of 3rd - 5th grade students. These engaging math games help upper elementary students practice a variety of math skills in a fun game format. The games may be used for whole-class, math centers, one on one, and more!

The Teacher Next Door saved to Math for 4th Grade