An assortment of fun math activities covering concepts taught in math classes
ranging from Elementary and Middle School to Algebra I and II, Geometry, and Advanced Math.
Students work problems, while trying to get 3-in-a-row to win the game.
Each activity is to be run off on card stock. The other items necessary
to play the games include bingo chips, a number die and a letter die.
(Chips and dice can be ordered on this site.)
Grid Games SAMPLE
The Elementary Grid Games contains 42 math concepts ranging from operations involving whole numbers, fractions and decimals
to percents, perimeter and area.
The Middle School Grid Games contains 34 math concepts ranging from operations involving whole numbers, fractions and decimals
to ratios, proportions, and basic equations.
The Multiplication Grid Games contains 34 multiplication activities ranging from one digit multiplication to multiplication
of four digit numbers and squares, as well as basic fill-in-the-blank.
The Algebra I Grid Games contains 33 math concepts ranging from simplifying expressions, to linear functions
and quadratic functions.
The Algebra 2 Grid Games contains 33 math concepts ranging from equations, inequalities, and quadratic functions to polynomials, radicals,
logarithms and matrices.
The Geometry Grid Games contains 34 math concepts ranging from angles, lines, and triangles to trigonometry, and surface area and volume.
You may download a sample of Algebra I grid games in .pdf form. This includes
the Algebra I concepts covered, the rules, and 3 games to play.