1. I love you!!!! Wrote all my plans today without a hitch until I came to the review day and I was in misery…until you have saved me!!! Can’t wait to do these with my class!!!!!
    THANK YOU!!!

  2. These are wonderful! Thanks for sharing! I will be passing these ideas on to our intermediate school staff (gr. 3-6) to see what they can do to spice things up. Love your website and materials too.

  3. Thanks for posting these. I have a small arsenal of activities that I like to use but none of them are quite this SIMPLE! Love! Thank you for sharing!! I am looking forward to seeing more (including that T-chart method).

  4. I LOVE these ideas! I have been looking for ways to make math practice more fun for my 4th graders–these ideas will work well with multiplication and division practice! Thank you!

  5. Great ideas – thanks for sharing. Have you ever seen Sunken Treasure? Great free PowerPoint game – we have to force kids to leave class because this game is so fun & addicting – cant attach link, but if you google sunken treasure PowerPoint you’ll find it. Requires 36 practice or review problems, so a little legwork on your end, but a fun game regardless. Great for word problems & group work.

  6. Your balloon pop idea sounds great! I’ve been looking for something like this for boring practice problems in my Chemistry 11 class. Even senior high needs a little bit of fun!

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