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Really Good Tug-of-War Subtraction

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If you are searching for math materials or looking for new ways to encourage and motivate your students during math, this post is just for you.  All of the products featured are under $25, which makes them perfect for adding to your wish list this holiday season.  Check out some of the Really Good Math Materials below and leave a comment with which one you would like to see as next week’s Really Good Product Giveaway!

Really Good Tug-of-War:  Subtraction

Ready, set, draw!  Kids can play this game in pairs or at a learning center using the same basic guidelines as in the card game “War.”  It is a quick way to reinforce basic math skills using a game that kids enjoy.  The Tug-of-War series also features addition, place values, decimals, multiplication, division, and algebraic equations.

Pizza Box Math - Pepperoni Place Value

Pizza Box Math:  Pepperoni Place Value

What child does not love pizza?!  This game combines visually appealing pizza with learning rich place value reinforcement.  Not only are there two ways to play the game, but there is also a supporting downloadable that can be used to reinforce skills.  Check out the other Pizza Box Math games for addition, subtraction and more basic skill practice.

Tic-Tac-Toe Money Kit

Test students’ money math skills with this clever twist on the traditional tic-tac-toe game.  Taking turns, students choose money math questions from the durable, laminated problem cards.  If they answer the questions correctly, they earn an “x” or an “o”.  Use this portable pocket chart as a center activity, or play it with students one-on-one to test their knowledge.

Facts Folders

Facts Folders

Help students organize and take their learning home!  These compact and sturdy, four-pocket folders are ideal for holiday gifts, weekend reinforcement activities, or end-of-the-year send off presents.  The included reproducible flash card patterns make it even easier to help your students memorize and master their math facts.

Really Good Wearable Equation Builder Vests

Turn your students into real-life math problems with these strong and durable math vests.  They make it easy for students to visualize equations, problem solve and get involved in the lesson.  All teachers know that the more kinesthetic learning is, the more students remember.  So, get your class up and moving around with this set of ten Really Good Wearable Equation Builder vests!

What are your favorite Really Good Stuff math materials?  Don’t forget to leave a comment below and let us know which of the above products you would like to see as next week’s Really Good Product Giveaway!


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5 comments
Sandy Evans
Sandy Evans

The facts folders look very interesting. I think it might entice my students to study their facts more.

Sarah C
Sarah C

I adore the Pizza Box Place Value game. Place Value is a topic that a lot of children have difficulty mastering. This is a fun way to get them interested in the topic! I would love to try out this game with a group of students!!

Barb J
Barb J

I LOVE the equation builder vests! Some kids have a difficult time learning math facts, but this is giving them a way to physically manipulate the facts... and it's a lot of fun!

Jean
Jean

Would like to try the Pizza Place Value Game...Certainly place value is the basic foundation of all math activities but many elementary students are unclear of the concept.