Mixed Maths Games – Middle and Upper Primary Set (Years 3-6) – EDUGames

$49.40 inc. GST


These math games are designed to teach a range of different subjects to years 3, 4, 5, and 6. It aligns to the version 9.0 of Australian Curriculum: Maths.

Division decision asks students to answer single digit division questions if they wish to move further around the board. Stop the clock draws a link between digital and analogue time, with time-related phrases on every tile. Fraction action has a series of questions about equivalent fractions which students must answer to get ahead of their peers. The robot race requires your children to use different mental strategies to answer questions about odds and evens.

A Simple Design

Each of these games is structured similarly to the well-known Candyland and require a spinning wheel to move around the board. This shared likeness to traditional games makes these easy to follow and a lot of fun to play.

Easy to Play

The A3 sized boards are made of laminated matte cardboard which is lightweight to carry around. These games can be played anywhere and easily packed away, allowing your students to play at their desks, alongside a lesson, or during recess.

These mixed math games are targeted at upper primary school students, expanding on basic numeracy to include subjects such as fractions, probability, time, and more. Maths games are also a fun way to break up class lessons with different content and can be played in pairs of larger groups. These games are a great way to subtlety reinforce math content whilst keeping your whole class entertained.

In full, this product contains:

1x Stop The Clock
1x Division Decision
1x Fraction Action
1x Robot Race
100x 19mm transparent counters
10x Spinners

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Weight 0.4 kg