Posts Tagged ‘math’
All the games are based on math, there’s not sport match without a score or a dice without numbers.
Board and card games need math and players have to do different calculations during a game.
For this reason math games can be, especially for children, a great Mathematics Teaching Method.
Every educator knows how difficult is teaching math to kids, and how many times he have to repeat the same concept before all the students understand it.
Using board games, like the one in the video below, is a nice trick to make some difficult mathematics principles easier to understand.
Arithmetic, geometry, algebra, there are different games for each subject to keep the mind of the kids focused on the lesson topic. Fun and math are really distant concepts in our minds because of the way we have been educated, what if we can make math lessons funny for the kids instead of boring?
When children have fun, they are more open to learn difficult math calculations, on the contrary when kids become bored they tend to lose their attention.
Math games can be the answer to this fundamental teaching problem and a very useful educational tool for kids of all ages.
The video below shows how kids can practice money values with a nice and funnyboard game.
Math is boring because sometimes kids find it hard, but math should not be a problem for any child and this is the reason why games can make math easier to understand.
Every child will love math if he enjoys the lessons!
Some children hate math, was the same for me when I was a kid, like many other classmates of mine I didn’t like numbers, equations and when our teachers explained formulas and wrote exercises on the board my mind was always somewhere else.
I think the real problem is that math appears boring to the kids and without interest there’s no learning.
That’s why math based games can be a good stratagem to make this subject more interesting among kids and teenagers.
Nowadays we have a lot of interactive and classic math games that can be used as educational tools to show how cool and interesting math is. A game is a perfect trick to involve kids in math studies without annoying them.
It is scientifically proved, that kids learn faster if they have fun during the lesson and math games can provide both learning and amusement.
Math games are a great way to improve skills, measure proficiency and, above all, have fun. Math games keep all their promises and I think could be the future of education, especially with problematic kids and negligent teenagers.
Smart and clever games can sharp children’s math skills and make teachers happy and less stressed.
So happy math to everybody with clever games!