Kids will have fun practicing division with this fun printable division games for 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th graders. This spring baeball themed division games printable is a great way for students to achieve lots of division practice while having fun! Simply print pdf file with the division games and you are ready to play and learn!
Printable Division Games
Make math FUN with this super cute printable division games! Kids need lots of practice before achieving math fluency. Baseball math game is a fun way to help children become quick and accurate by giving them repeated practice with math facts. Use this division games printable with grade 2, grade 3, gradae 4, grade 5, and grade 6 students. This spring division games will become a favorite with parents, teachers, and homeschoolers alike as this game is NO PREP, quick to play, and can be played with just a couple minutes. Add this super cute baseball themed division game to your math center in the classroom, summer learning at home, spring theme, as extra practice, or a supplement to your homeschool math curriculum. It requires virtually no prep and is great for helpking kids learn their math facts!
Division games printable
division games pdf
In this printable division game, children will do a lot of fact repetition in a fun playful way as they practice dividing. To play this division games 4th grade printable you only need a few things that require NO PREP!
- Printable (bottom of post)
- 1 Game piece (can be ANYTHING from lego pices, mini erasers, unifix cubes, lego minifugures, etc)
Print the pages in the division games 3rd grade printable. I suggest sticking them in a page protector for durability, but that is optional. Set out one of the 6 desired gameboards, a dice, and a game piece for each player. This game is ideally played with 2-3 players, but can be played with as few as 1 for independent math practice.
division games 3rd grade printable
To play baseball math using these division printables each player will attempt to hit a home run.
- If you have 1 player have him start on one of the home plates and work his way to the other home plate by solving division equations and playing the fun division game
- If you have 2 players, one game pieces is placed in the middle on the baseball player.
- If you have 3 players, 2 players will move the game piece from the center of the board over the clipart of a base ball kid. The third child will be the umpire and get the printable baseballs willed with all the answers to the equations. They will make the rulings if the answer is correct and in reading and listening to the equations they will get practice too! Just make sure for the next round they get a chance to be one of the baseball players.
Division games 4th grade
On their turn students will roll the dice to find out how far they hit the baseball. They will then move towards their home plate by giving the division quotients. I suggest having them say the entire equation out loud for added practice. If they get one wrong, they need to stop. If not they can move the entire amount reflected on the dice. Now the next player rolls the dice and move the game piece in the opposite direction towards their home plate – again by answering the equations correctly and moving the amount rolled on the dice.
Division games 3rd grade
As the play goes back and forth kids will get a lot of practice on equations as they go back and forth over the same division facts over and over again until finally, someone hits a home run and wins the game! Next time they play, have them try one of the other division board games to get practice with more math facts!
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