Every printable math game and activity I've created until now, including:
- The 42 games for middle schoolers
- All of the Fraction games
- All of my other "Focus On Math" bundled packages
- All of my posters/anchor charts and cards
- The Monthly Math Letter
All for the crazy low price. The games and posters alone will cost you less than two-cents each. When you add to that all of the new ideas you will get from the newsletter that gets distributed to each of student's family every month - well, not to be coy, but you can do the math.
This really is just about the best value I could possibly give you.
Not only do you get everything I just listed for you, including every printable game I've created until now.
I will give you every printable math product I create in the future.
Yes, that's right. Every printable math game, activity, poster, and card I make from now on is yours. For FREE!
This truly is the best package I can possibly make for you. Because even though it still costs you money now, per product, it's incredibly cost effective. And you will continue to get many of my best new ideas indefinitely.
Every digital math product I've ever made and ever will make, along with the math newsletter
Are you a math teacher looking for a way to get your students engaged and excited about learning math?
My Elementary and Middle School Math Games are a fun and challenging context in which students interact cooperatively or competitively to achieve a defined goal within a specified set of circumstances while learning or practising math skills.
Math games are a great tool to involve parents, guardians, siblings and other important people in the child's life. It is a great way to facilitate the home and school connection..
My Math Mission
I'm on a mission to make math "more" fun by encouraging teachers to use math games and
math apps in their classroom.
My Math Games are aimed for elementary and middle school level students, and they focus on key concepts of mathematics such as Order of operations, fractions, ordered fractions, and ordered pairs.
It has been scientifically proven that students learn best when they are having fun. Math Games provide that fun through interactive games and activities, which students can complete individually or in small or large groups. The students are engaged and learning, and their progress is easily monitored.
Where does the name to this site come from?
“File folder games" are simply a quick and easy way to start and end an activity relatively fast making transitions simple. My math games (especially
my apps) are quick and easy to setup and play! This is why my site is called “MathFileFolderGames.com".