Hooter Math Games o Hooda Math Games I have observed on several occasions how a good game in a math class brings satisfaction and enjoyment, while participants requires effort, rigor, attention, memory, etc.. And I checked also how some games have become powerful mathematical learning tools. Games with primary mathematical content can be used, inter alia, for:
Encourage the development of mathematical content in general and of logical and numerical in particular.
Develop strategies to solve problems.
Introduce, reinforce or strengthen a specific content of the curriculum.
Diversify didactic proposals.
Encourage the development of self-esteem of children.
Motivate, awakening the students' interest in mathematics.
Connecting the mathematician with a possible reality of school.
Catch the Fly
Mr. Frog needs you to give him the x, y coordinates for a fly so he can dine!
Pick numbers by their divisibility, and don't crash into any of them!
Algebra vs. the Cockroaches