Brain Training Maths Card Games

Summary

These maths card games develops a player’s thinking because players are quickly calculating in their heads. It is brain training activity because a player needs to adjust to the changing mathematical representations shown on the cards. The mathematics representations are shown in pictures, words or numbers and players are switching from one representation to another. There are 12 different maths card games. The maths card games improve students’ fluency, understandings, estimation, basic facts, addition, subtraction and multiplication across a number of different mathematical ideas using different representations. The rules for the playing the games are easy and the same rule is be applied to the 12 different packs which are suitable for pp – Yr. 10. The range of maths cards games allows the teacher to differentiate the classroom and allows students to self-improve their response times to many mathematical ideas that they are learning in maths.

Presenters
Richard Korbosky

Session Code Session Date Session Start Session Finish Session Location Places Remaining
B-14 05/12/2019 11:00 am 12:00 pm La Trobe University Bundoora
26
J-23 06/12/2019 03:40 pm 04:40 pm La Trobe University, Bundoora
13

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