# Elementary Math

Tentotwelvemath pages:

Game for Adding and Subtracting: Four Dice Game

Game for Adding and Subtracting: Race to 100 and Zig Zag Numbers

Recommendations:

None of these recommendations are affiliates: all are based on my own classroom and homeschooling use!

Online shortlist:

Math Playground

Favourite Games:

Dragonwood

Zeus on the Loose

Sleeping Queens

Qwixx

Play Nine

# Tell the Time

These pages contain some resources for teaching how to tell the time on an analogue clock. To access the applets only click here.

Telling the time on an analogue clock creates the mathematical landscape that learners can build on to establish an understanding of angles, factors, fractions, polygons and all things related to circles such as circle geometry and circular functions. From the secondary school math teacher’s perspective, familiarity with the analogue clock is tremendously valuable.

A particularly useful tool is the applet below created by Duane Habecker.

# Multiply

Here are a few visual ways to learn multiples: number line, dice, grids.

Multiply with the number line

Multiply by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 with dice

Multiply with circle sort

Target Practice

Three Numbers Arithmetic Game

# Online Games

## Math Playground

Math Playground Multiplication Blocks

## Nrich

Nrich math offers a memory card game (you might need to enable flash on your browser).