# Middle School Math Games

Bring Smiles and Learning to Your Classroom!

From time to time every teacher longs to escape from the rigor of the prescribed mathematics curriculum and have some FUN with the students. Now, I’m not talking about mindless, worthless fun. I’m referring to opportunities to break up the normal math classroom routine from time to time with some engaging, fun, and educational math games. Whether it’s only for 5 minutes at the end of a class, or for a longer, planned period of time, math games can be a great addition to your classroom.

Our middle school math games continue to encourage mathematical learning while giving your students a chance to relax for a few minutes and enjoy some friendly competition. Once you play a few of these games you will find students begging you to play “SKUNK” or one of the other great math games available on DigitalLesson.com.

The three middle school math games listed below are FREE!

Print or save these games to your computer for use in your classroom.  “Skunk” is my all-time favorite math game.  My students are always asking me if we are going to play “Skunk” today.  You will also enjoy FDP Bingo (Fraction, Decimal, and Percent Bingo) and Crossing the River.  As with all of our math activities on DigitalLesson.com, full directions and printable math worksheets or game sheets are provided.  Enjoy these fun games as our gift to you!

We also offer our Fantastic Middle School Math Games eBook.  In this exciting resource you will find 12 engaging middle school math games, printable student game sheets, and complete directions on how to use these math games to add life and energy to the learning in your math classroom!  Click on the link below for more information and a description of the games in this eBook.

Enjoy!

### Fantastic Middle School Math Games eBook

Click for descriptions of the 12 exciting middle school math games in this eBook

### Part of The Complete Collection of Lessons, Projects, and Games

(42 Math Lessons, Projects, and Games – 438 pages)

### Printable Game of Skunk

My favorite math game is called Skunk and involves chance and choice. It is a probability game using number cubes that can be played together as a class. The students love it!!  Click on the link above to download.  (Whole Class)

“I used the game Skunk and it was a fabulous hit.”

– Rachel Gordon, Tompkins Square Middle School, New York, NY

### Printable Fraction, Decimal, Percent Bingo

FDP Bingo is a version of the classic Bingo game which has been designed to provide students with a fun way to practice and learn fraction, decimal, and percent equivalents. Includes printable Bingo Card, Recording Sheet, and Practice Master.  Click on the link above to download.  (Whole Class)

### Printable Crossing the River

As students play “Crossing the River” they use trial and error, discover patterns, and develop mathematical strategies to enable them to compete successfully in this game of chance that involves integer addition. A discussion of theoretical and experimental probability, and their roles in this game, can be undertaken after students have played a number of times.  Click on the link above to download.  (Small Group)

“I used Crossing the River to supplement my lesson on adding and subtracting integers. The students loved it and it helped them to understand the concept better.”

– Barbara L. Saunders, Point Pleasant Middle School, Point Pleasant, WV

### Fantastic Middle School Math Games eBook

Click for descriptions of the 12 exciting middle school math games in this eBook.

### Part of The Complete Collection of Lessons, Projects, and Games

(42 Math Lessons, Projects, and Games – 438 pages)