Classroom Games Involving Math

Students love classroom games, even as they might detest math. But math is an integral component of society, so its importance can never be underestimated. But by combining elements of games with math, students’ interest in mathematics can be cultivated.

Today on, frequent contributor Janelle Cox notes several math games that can excite students about math, including:

  • Math Baseball
  • Exchange Change
  • And More!

Math games are a time-honored and effective way to reinforce and strengthen your kids’ skills. Read up on how to incorporate classroom games about math today!

Do you play any math games with your students in your classroom? Which games do find students like the best?

Classroom Management: Bringing Art, Music Back

Budget cuts have historically leveled arts and music programs in schools first. It’s too bad, because for many kids, art and music are two of the subjects that are favorites.

Beyond that, research has shown that art and music curriculums help kids with language development and IQ, they help students visualize elements like solving math problems, and they help improve test scores.

If your district has slashed arts and music programs, we’re sorry. But with a little outside-the-box thinking, you can use return music and art to your own classroom in creative ways. Frequent contributor Janelle Cox recently outlined some easy ways that teachers can do just that.

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