At school we use math games as a tool to teach mathematical concepts. Here are some benefits of using games at home and school:
Playing games encourages strategic mathematical thinking as students find different strategies for solving problems and deepen their understanding of numbers.
When played repeatedly, games support students’ development of computational fluency.
Games present opportunities for practice, often without the need for teachers to provide the problems. Teachers can then observe or assess students and work with individuals or small groups of students.
Games have the potential to allow students to develop familiarity with the number system and with “benchmark numbers” (such as 10s, 100s, and 1000s) and engage in computation practice, building a deeper understanding of operations.
Games support a school-to-home connection. Parents can learn about their children’s mathematical thinking by playing games with them at home
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