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Math Salamanders First Grade Math Games Ebook




Why Use Math Games?

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Here are some good reasons why Math games score highly over using worksheets.

  • Using games is a great way to learn Math facts and develop mental calculation skills in an easy way.
  • Games are usually fun and very motivating to play.
  • In most games there are a whole lot of other skills involved in playing the game that kids will also pick up, such as strategic thinking.
  • Playing games is usually much better at getting kids to engage in math talk and discuss their learning than using worksheets.

Math Salamanders First Grade Math Games

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Our Math Games First Grade e-booklet is a booklet containing our collection of fun maths games designed for first graders.

There is a wide selection of games to develop a range of math concepts from place value to addition and subtraction to strategic thinking.

Playing games is a great way to develop math skills and math fact recall in a fun and enjoyable way.

Each of our games comes with clear instructions to play and also a Variations section which gives you ideas for making the game easier or harder, or just changing the rules to make it more interesting.

For most games, only dice and counters are needed.

The ebooklet comes in the form of a pdf download delivered straight to your computer.

We have now improved the navigation system on all of our e-books so that it is much easier to find the game you are looking for.

Simply click the link on the Contents page and you will be taken straight to the game.

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Which math skills will this ebooklet help to develop?

Our 1st Grade Math Games e-booklet contains our entire selection of printable math games for first graders.

The key skills covered in these 27 games includes:

  • reading and writing numbers to 100;
  • ordering and comparing numbers to 100;
  • properties of numbers to 100;
  • counting in tens, fives and ones;
  • matching pictures and figures to words;
  • combining tens and ones to 100;
  • using a 100 square to count on;
  • adding 3 small numbers;
  • adding to 10+10;
  • subtracting to 12;
  • counting coins;
  • adding and subtracting money;
  • basic properties of 2d and 3d shapes;
  • strategic thinking;

Sneak Preview

There is a sneak preview of three of the games from our e-booklet below.

Simply click on the thumbnail image to open up a larger picture of the game.

The full booklet contains all the games on this page plus many more which are not available anywhere else.

To see exactly what games you get in the ebook, just click on the Contents page thumbnail.

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The Math Salamanders hope you enjoy using these free printable Math worksheets and all our other Math games and resources.

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