**Here are some ideas about**

**how to help support number sense and math fact fluency at home with games!**

**If you have any questions about how to play these games feel free to email me any time at jdulmage@sau49.org**

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Flip 10

**Forehead game**:Needs 3 players

Use a deck of cards with the face cards removed.

One player is the dealer and they hand a card face down to the other two players.

Each player puts the card on their forehead and the dealer tells the players either the product, difference or sum.

**(The dealer would find the product by multiplying,**

**difference by subtracting,**

**and sum by adding)**

**The players have to guess what card they have on their forehead. When the dealer tells them they are right they discard the card.**

Rotate who gets to be the dealer every few turns.

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**Math can be tricky! Here are some videos explaining some of the strategies we use to complete our math problems.**

**Unit 1:**

### Unit 2:

### Unit 3 Geometry:

**Unit 4 Division:**

### Partial Quotients

**Unit 5 Fractions:**

Equivalent Fractions

Equivalent Fractions + Proof

Adding Fractions with unlike denominators

Converting mixed numbers to improper fractions

Ordering fractions with the same denominator from least to greatest

Improper Fractions to a Mixed number

Equivalent Fractions + Proof

Adding Fractions with unlike denominators

Converting mixed numbers to improper fractions

Ordering fractions with the same denominator from least to greatest

Improper Fractions to a Mixed number

## Unit 8 Fractions:

Multiplying Fractions by Whole Numbers by Tato

Multiplying Fractions by Fractions

Multiplying Fractions by whole numbers

Multiplying Fractions by Fractions

Multiplying Fractions by whole numbers

## Unit 9 Area, Perimeter, Volume:

### Volume of a Rectangular Prism

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