Ch 7: Teaching Math with Games & Projects

About This Chapter

Make learning fun for your math students by taking advantage of the ideas for games and projects available in this chapter. These teacher resources can help improve your methods of instruction and keep your students engaged during your lessons.

Teaching Math with Games & Projects - Chapter Summary

This chapter provides games and projects you can use to get your students excited about learning math. Explore math game apps and activities with movement that you can use to improve learning outcomes. Also, learn about the use of manipulatives in education and project-based learning for math. Lessons are presented by teachers, for teachers, and are accessible any time your schedule permits. Access the lessons via any computer, smartphone or tablet before, during or after school.

How It Helps

  • Simplifies lesson planning: Quickly and easily incorporate fun games and projects into your math lessons by utilizing this chapter.
  • Keeps students engaged: Creating lessons that include math projects and games gets your students involved and keeps them more engaged during class time.
  • Improves learning outcomes: Encouraging students to participate during lessons helps them more easily absorb the information you teach and can improve learning outcomes.

Skills Covered

Upon completion of this chapter, you will be able to:

  • Incorporate fun math game apps into your lessons
  • Teach math to your students using activities with movement
  • Define manipulatives and apply them to your lessons
  • Help students solve real-life problems with project-based learning for math
  • Use entertaining projects to teach math to middle school students

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