### Quick rounding

Ask your child what the numbers 79, 89 and 99 are after. When they learn numbers, children will falter with the number 99. So let your child challenge himself through this game.

**Material:**

- 9 pieces of cardboard with different colors
- Tape
- Note cards
- Seconds watch
- º Confirmation ¥ u

**How to play:**

- Write hundreds of numbers on a piece of cardboard such as 100, 200 to 900 .
- Mark a number on each piece of cover. Use duct tape to stick these pieces of cardboard on the floor so kids can jump on them
- On flashcards, you write various numbers from 100 to 900, for example 121, 136, 800, 520. You will need about 40 cards.
- You will give the children a card and they must round to the nearest hundred and jump on the card as quickly as possible.
- After 3 turns, declare to the kids who is the fastest
- The fastest person wins the game. You should set a stopwatch to limit time for children
- After a few rounds, you can change the position of the cover pieces and continue.

**Lesson:**

- Sensitive to numbers
- Numbers in the hundreds
- Continuity of numbers
- Round to the hundreds digit.

### Sort the cards into numbers

This is a math game for kids that can help them absorb numbers faster and better.

**Material:**

- A deck of cards
- Paper and pencil

**How to play:**

- Give the child paper and pencil. You will be the second player and also need paper, pencil
- Ask your child to draw 3 to 4 blank lines on the paper
- You want to start with the numbers in the thousands, you will draw 4 empty boxes as follows

Player 1 _ _ _ _

Player 2 _ _ _ _

- Discard the face cards and Joker, keep only the number card
- Shuffle the cards above and turn them face down
- Players will take each card and turn it upside down
- Each time the child takes a card there will be a new number, ask the child to write that number in the previously drawn blank lines.
- You do the same thing
- Draw cards until all 4 empty roads are filled
- You ask your child to read the number out loud
- If the child has a greater number than you, he wins the game.

**Lesson:**

- Identify the numbers and how to arrange them
- The value of each number.

### Throw the ball to learn decimals

This basketball throwing game will both develop math skills and enhance your child’s athleticism.

**Material:**

- Basketball
- Handball
- Paper
- Pen

**How to play:**

- Place the basket at the right distance from the throwing position
- Players will try to throw 10 balls into the basket
- After each throw, record the result
- With the results achieved, you teach your child how to record the ratio, for example, you throw 5 out of 10 balls, you record 5/10 as the success rate, and vice versa the failure rate is also 5/ ten
- Help your child convert a 5/10 number into a decimal, for example 0,5 is your success rate at throwing, and 0,5 is your failure rate.
- If the numbers above confuse your child, you can teach your child how to convert fractions to decimals by dividing the numerator by the denominator.

**Lesson:**

- Ratio
- Decimal
- Fraction

### Formula race

This is a very thought-provoking math game for kids, so don’t miss it.

**Material:**

- Scratch paper
- White paper
- Pencil
- Black Pen
- Blue and red pens (optional).

**How to play:**

1. Cut 3 pieces of paper into 12 pieces. For each piece you will write the following formulas with a black pen, for example recipe pieces of paper:

- n + 2
- n + 3
- n + 4
- n + 5

2. Cut 4 paperboards into 30 game cards.

♠ On 7 cards you write:

- MINUS 1
- MINUS 3
- MINUS 5
- MINUS 7
- PLUS 2
- PLUS 4
- PLUS 10

♠ On each of the remaining cards, you write the values of n, from 1 to 10 like:

n=1, n=2, n=5, n=4, n=7, n=6

3. At the start of the game, each player will need scratch paper, a pencil and 4 pieces of recipe paper.

4. Shuffle the game cards and turn them face down.

5. Player 1 will take the first game card. If this is a number, the player will enter the value of n in the first calculation formula.

For example, if the player’s formula is n+2 and he gets an n=5 card, the player gets 5+2=7 points. If a player gets a plus or minus card, the score will change depending on the formula obtained.

6. The winner is the one who gets 25 points first.

**Lesson:**

- Children are sensitive to numbers
- Agile calculation.

### Multiply by cards

This is one of those math games if you want to help your child learn more about multiplication formulas.

**Material:**

- A deck of cards
- Clock

**How to play:**

- Shuffle the cards and turn them over. Each player will take the same number of cards until they run out of cards.
- Remove cards such as boi, dam, old, smack, ten.
- Each player takes two cards and turns over their numbers, multiplies the two numbers and reads the result aloud. For example, if your child gets 5 cards 4 and 5, they will read 4 x 20 = 6. If you get two 6s, you will read 6 x 36 = XNUMX.
- The player with the larger multiplier will win 4 cards.
- After finishing, you and your child count their cards, whoever has the most cards wins.

**Lesson:**

- Multiplication worksheet
- How to multiply the number of units.