AMSI’s games and warm-ups require little equipment or photocopying and can be used as classroom warm-ups, part of explicit teaching, independent practice or cool downs.

 

Most of the games have variations and can be adapted to suit different levels.

 

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'Space Race' Game - Introducing Algorithmic Thinking

‘Space Race’ Game – Introducing Algorithmic Thinking

Algorithmic thinking skills are increasingly being introduced to infants and primary students in Australian Mathematics as a precursor to students ...
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'Factor 24'

‘Factor 24’

The number ’24’ is a big favorite with many mathematicians as it has so many sets of factors, compared with ...
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Bead Strings

Bead Strings

Learning Objective: Use knowledge of numbers to name the correct number according to the given rule Intended Outcome: Fluency with ...
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Place Value Darts

Place Value Darts

Learning Objective: Using place value to make the biggest (smallest, closest to) number Intended Outcome: Knowledge of place value, counting ...
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Throw a Shape

Throw a Shape

Learning Objective: Create and classify 3D shapes Intended Outcome: Identification of edges and vertices of 3D shapes Materials: Matchsticks or ...
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Pairs Pattern

Pairs Pattern

Learning Objective: Work together to create a pattern Intended Outcome: Cooperation; A pattern that extents in two dimensions ...
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Number Pairs

Number Pairs

Learning Objective: Adding single digit numbers Intended Outcome: Accurate and fluent single digit addition ...
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Multiply It Up

Multiply It Up

Learning Objective: Times tables facts and running total addition Intended Outcome: Accurate and fluent multiplication, accurate running total addition ...
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Knockout Nim

Knockout Nim

Learning Objective: Use strategy to stay in the game Intended Outcome: Fluent counting, use of strategy to stay in ...
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Draw Four (or more)

Draw Four (or more)

Learning Objective: Using the four processes to make a target number Intended Outcome: Flexibility and fluency in using number processes ...
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