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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Magic Beans

Magic Beans

Magic beans is a great activity to look at different ways to represent numbers ...
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One Metre Dash

One Metre Dash

One Metre Dash is a quick activity to help students estimate, compare and check the length of different objects ...
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GUESS MY NUMBER

GUESS MY NUMBER

Guess my number is a great game to help students learn more about the relationship between numbers ...
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MULTIPLICATION TOSS (AREA DICE GAME)

MULTIPLICATION TOSS (AREA DICE GAME)

Background: This multiplication game encourages students to use their knowledge of arrays to help them represent different multiplication facts Materials: ...
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MULTO (MULTIPLICATION BINGO)

MULTO (MULTIPLICATION BINGO)

Background: The MULTO game developed by Maths 300, is based on the game bingo. Students win the round if they ...
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Virtual Manipulatives and Online Tools

Virtual Manipulatives and Online Tools

There are many virtual manipulatives and online tools that can be useful to support the development of concepts in mathematics ...
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CHOOSEMATHS Family Maths Games and Activities

CHOOSEMATHS Family Maths Games and Activities

The following booklet contains games, activities and challenges which have been used during various CHOOSEMATHS Family Nights and  Games Days ...
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Yohaku Number Puzzles

Yohaku Number Puzzles

A yohaku is a new type of number puzzle that tests students’ number sense and problem-solving skills ...
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Open Middle Tasks

Open Middle Tasks

Background: Open middle tasks allow students to use a range of strategies to attempt to find a solution but do ...
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Number Trails

Number Trails

Number Trails is a great game to help students explore patterns in the number sequence ...
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