This is my third post featuring Altoid Tins. The first one was on a Travel Time Tuesday. The second one was about storing homeschool supplies in tins. This third one will be about math games you can make and store in a tin.
here. Of course, they can also be used for addition and subtraction number sentences or word problems. You could even play "war" with them to see who can get the most points.
here is the free 10-frame game board that kids can use to graph their results.
Picklebums' blog, laminated them, and placed them on magnetic paper. They can be played with on the fridge or on a cookie sheet. I they're just the right size to fit a bunch of them stacked in two columns. I also made a similar game with playing boards to make it a bit easier.
I hope you found something to use today. What's your favorite math game? Please tell us in the comments.