Math Games – Is it legal to make math this much fun?

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Teaching Math Games with 41 Math Games will keep your kids enthralled - and learning.

You can just get a coffee and watch learning explode with these math games. 41 Math Games cater for all ages from 6 to 16. Learning is intense when the competition is intense and believe me - some of the games become very competitive.​​

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[…] Maths Games for Learning. Some might disagree because we often think of games as low-level learning activities. But I have used these Maths Games a lot and the comprehensive nature of student activity makes me put this into the steak category. […]

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Jessica

Looks fun and educational. Pretty much just perfect for relief teaching and I think children learn better when you make learning fun for them. I’ve come across several teachers who believe in the traditional classroom setting, but I on the other hand love implementing new teaching system such as your 41 math games with cards. I’m definitely giving this one a try on my next class.

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    Bob

    Thanks for your comments Jessica. I know you will love the book.

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BranL92

We can blame the kids and their parents for the children not catching up or learning as well as they should be in their age, but I think we rarely discuss the fact that the way we teach children today feels forceful and monotonous in many ways. Children absorb information differently and I think partly, the responsibility falls on the teachers to find different ways to make them understand better and faster. There are many excellent points made here, something that I should absolutely think about more.

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Bob

You are correct, of course. Unfortunately, there are a lot of demands on teachers. Some, including many principals, do not equate fun with learning.

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