Posts Tagged ‘math games’

Math …Math…Math

Friday, September 21st, 2012

The “Can Dos” have been having a hard time with math according to their math teacher.

Once again, Miss Pat was asked to make up computer games for math. The math teacher was hoping that some math games might make learning the 6x table easier.

Their math teacher also hoping that a math game about the 4x table might help too.

When the “Can Dos” came to computer class, Miss Pat announced that she made some math games for them. At first, the “Can Dos” were not so thrilled to play games about math, but when they say how it made remembering the times tables easier, they were happy about it!

Why not try the games out? Go to the Club House, choose games, then choose times tables.

Have fun with the math games!




Counting by 10’s

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

countingMiss Pat is always looking for ways to get the class excited about math. She made a new math game and put it on each computer.

Why not try it out? The class thought it was fun.

Just got to the “Can Do” Club House, choose games, then choose counting by 10’s.


Math Games

Friday, December 9th, 2011

Nellie and math gamesNot all the “Can Dos” do well in math, especially Nellie, who needs lots of help with addition and adding with multiples of numbers.

Miss Pat was afraid that Nellie  might fall behind in class so she asked Orrie to help her. Orrie said he would be happy to help.

Over the holiday weekend, Miss Pat made two math games that the whole class would enjoy and with Orrie’s help, the games would make math a little easier for Nellie.

“Class, Miss Pat, “Let’s do math today by playing some math games on the computer.’ The class thought this was a great idea and each went to his or her computer. Orrie sat next to Nellie, saying,”If you need any help, I’m right here.”  Nellie smiled and said, “Thanks Orrie, I could use some help.”

How about you following along with Miss Pat’s directions and try the new math games with the “Can Dos”?

Miss Pat says, ” Go to the “Can Do” Club House and click on the balloon that says more games. Look for “Everlasting Math Sheets – Addition. It is a great way to practice addition. “Number Lines” is a fun math game.

The classroom got quiet as the “Can Do” kids practiced adding and played at “Number Lines.” When the session was over, Nellie turned to Orrie and said,”Thanks Orrie. You are a great math tutor”!

How did you do with the math games?