Rethink School

Mike Millard“I wasn’t sure how much of the content would apply to middle school/sixth grade. I discovered most of the material would/could apply to my sixth grade classes. I really like the posters. They address the concept without a lot of extra fluff. Three benefits about this product are, the games. I can use them for either whole class or interventions as needed. The integers folder has been a great resource for my kids that are struggling. The equations folder was a Godsend, as the IT crew deleted all my equation materials this past summer. I would recommend purchasing it. You get SO much for your purchase price. Every time I look at the Dropbox files, I find something new to use or I come across something I overlooked. It’s been a great resource since my district doesn’t have textbooks.”

Mike Millard – Anadarko Oklahoma, 6th Grade Math Teacher

Nancy“I was concerned about the price and how much I might use these games for my classroom. I was pleasantly surprised at how well I was able to incorporate these games in to my classroom time. They are very easy to set up and use. Yes, I would recommend this product as a way for students to have fun and learn at the same time… often without realizing that is happening.”

Nancy Henson – San Antonio TX, High School Special Education Math

Alexandra“Definitely the cost of the product. I was worried about spending so much money and then not using the product. I use it often! I love that there isn’t just games, there are strategy posters and a variety of other resources. My students love playing the games and I often send home the strategy posters, for example in multiplication and division, so that if they get stuck on something, they can refer to the poster. There is so many options. As a new teacher, I am not set in a single grade and keep moving around so I liked that even if I move grades again, I can still use this resource. I also like how the games, posters etc. match the Alberta Program of Studies. As a teacher in Alberta, I often find most resources are made for the United States and not all the information applies to students and teachers in Alberta.

Three benefits that stand out:
1. Engaging math games related to every math strand that my kids can play daily.
2. I teach a combined grade 4/5 class and I like being able to teach one grade while my other grade plays math games that relate to what I am teaching.
3. It is very user friendly. My grade 4s and 5s are able to understand the instructions and get to playing right away.

Yes! The games are incredible and there is more than just games. There are so many different tools to make your math classroom a lot of fun! The games do take a ton of time to set up, however. It is worth it in the end, but there is a lot of cutting and laminating.”

Alexandra C, BEd – Alberta, Grade 4/5


“An amazing selection, I can’t wait to try these out in my maths program this term. Now to find cheap sets of playing cards! I only wish I had noticed this bundle before I purchased the integer set last night!” – Odette G.

“Cannot wait to get started using these. Thanks for the discounted bundle!” – Haley W.

“There are SO MANY great games to choose from! I wish there was an index that listed which games are useful for which standard. It’s time consuming clicking on each game to see which skill it addresses. Please advise if I’m there’s a better way.” – Pauline W.

“Thank you so much for helping me get next year up and running! I can not wait to use this product.” – Mary Overby

“Thanks for the opportunity to purchase all of your fantastic products at a discount in one bundle. I cant wait to sort them all into my units.” – Kristie Green

“Love the product! Great games to use in my combined grade 4/5 class. Also, I love the news letters that go home to parents.” – Alexandra C.

“So many great resources here. My kids are gonna love all the games!” – Michael M.

“There are not enough words that would describe my immense pleasure with this resource. THANK YOU!!!” – Carol L.

“Wow! So much to use! Will be a great addition to my math program. Kids are going to love math!” – Linda Bilodeau


Buy My Entire Store!

Buy My Store!

Yes, I said it!

Buy my ENTIRE store!

Please excuse me for being so excited. I’m giving you the opportunity to buy everything in my store, every one of my printable math games & math products, for one price. And it’s the best price I could possibly offer you.

But before I tell you what the price is, let me describe for you a bit of what you’ll be getting.

Over 500 math games, activities, posters, and cards. If you’ve ever used any of my games in your classroom, you’ll know how incredibly fun and effective they are. Soon I’ll tell you about something I’m adding to this to make it an even sweeter deal.

But first, here are some of the math bundles that you may have seen before. Each of them is filled with a wide variety of games and activities you can use to make every class a math playground.

  • 42 Printable Math Games for Middle School and Upper Elementary Students
  • File Folder Fraction Games
  • 28 Fraction Anchor Charts and Fraction Posters
  • Focus on Placing Value
  • Place Value Posters and Anchor Charts with Cards
  • Measurement Activities
  • Solving Equations
  • Mental Math
  • Geometry
  • Integers
  • Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division Games
  • Order of Operations

And I’ve got more bundles in addition to these. These math game packages consistently get perfect 4.0 ratings from you, my wonderful teaching community. I deeply appreciate that you are here right now. And thank you again if you’ve bought anything from me before. I love to know that your students are learning to love math through playing games. It truly is the best way to learn!

But, I want to talk a bit more about a couple of the bundles on the list above. Remember, that list is not comprehensive of everything you would get when you Buy My Entire Store! That list alone would make the single price worth it. But you’ll be getting EVERY math product I’ve ever created. And a bit more. Like I said, I’ll tell you about that later on.


The Buy My Store Bundle is Comprised of 3 Main Sections

plus everything else that doesn’t fit in these three sections 🙂

1. Math Games & Activities
– 42 Printable Math Games
– Fraction Bundle
– Focus On Math Series (Math Games & Activities)
2. Math Posters & Anchor Charts
3. Monthly Math Newsletter


Upper Elementary & Middle School Math Games

Middle School Math Games

First, let’s delve a bit deeper into the “42 Printable Math Games for Middle School and Upper Elementary Students.

This package includes a dazzling assortment of games on a wide variety of subjects. Here is a partial subject list:
– rules of divisibility
– ratio
– operations with integers and rational numbers
– relationships between 2-D and 3-D objects
– graphing on a coordinate plane
– one variable equations
– absolute value
– Pythagorean Theorem
– perimeter, area, volume; and the list goes on and on…

These games are designed for upper elementary, middle school, and high school students. And they meet the requirements of the US Common Core Standards and Common Core Mathematical Practices. Not only will your students and parents love you for making math a joy to learn, your administrators will love you for complying with those requirements. Win, win, win!!!

Here are some of the things people have said about these games:

“My kids loved the few games I purchased so much, I decided to just get the lot.”

“Great for workshops, review, and game time.”

“Great games for stations.”

“My students love file folder games!”

“Love the games and so do my students.”

And so will you!

File Folder Fraction Games?

File Folder Fraction GamesNext, let’s look a bit more at “File Folder Fraction Games.

Some of these are in the 42-game set we just talked about (only 8). But there are 18 more, all focused on making learning and teaching fractions fun and and exciting!

All The Same To Me” is a dice game where you try to come up with four versions of the same improper fraction, each in a different form.

The “Fraction War Card Game” uses a pencil to act as the fraction line. Cards are dealt and the students decide who has the larger fraction. The winner keeps the cards that are dealt for that hand. The game continues until one student has all the cards.

High-Low-Medium Poker” teaches decimals, fractions, and percentages.

Fraction PictionaryFraction Pictionary” is our most popular fraction game. As the name implies, it is a very visual game. All the fun of Pictionary while learning fractions! It helps students to understand that fractions are more than just portions of circles, rectangles, and squares. Great for the whole class or in groups.

26 games in all in this fraction bundle. One of the teachers who bought this is a “former teacher/stay-at-home-mom/substitue/tutor.” She said, “I am putting these together in a binder to use for my students and to take when I substitute in case we get done early with any lessons the teacher has planned.” Great idea! She also said, “They will love it much better than just doing worksheets.” If you’ve used any of my games before, I think you’ll agree that this is a bit of an understatement.

Another popular bundle is “Focus On Place Value“. Here’s what one teacher said about this game package: “Lots of fun ways to practice place value at all different levels! Thank you for sharing your wonderful math game ideas!” I’m grateful for these kind words. It really is my mission. To make children fall in love with math just like I did when I was their age.


Focus On Math Series

Focus On Place Value

Focus On Place Value Final2 Focus on Place Value bundle is a downloadable bundle of 28 place value games and activities to teach place value for kids in second to sixth grade. An excellent resource for teachers and homeschooling parents, Focus on Place Value can help students

Focus on Mental Math

Mental Math ImageMental math resources aren’t always easy to find. That’s where this bundle is ready to help. This collection of 25 menatl math games and activities is perfect for helping students break away from the pencil and calculator and start doing math

Focus On Integers

Focus on Integers logoWho Needs Help with Integers? Math is fun and we have just the tools to prove it! Are you looking for a new way, a fun way to help your students master the wonderful world of integers? Over 26 printable integer games and activities, this set includes an array of activities, board games, riddles, card sets and more.

Focus On Geometry

Focus On GeometryFocus On Geometry is an excellent new resource of fun geometry games to help children in 2nd through 8th grades learn and understand geometry in a fun and memorable way. Perfect for teachers, tutors and homeschooling parents, Focus On Geometry offers 28 different geometry games and activites.

Focus on Measurement

Focus on MeasurementI think teaching measurement should be fun because there are so many real world questions kids ask every day that are answered using the vocabulary and concepts of measurement. How big am I? How tall? How much do I weigh? How about her? There are 28 Measurement games and activites in all.

Focus On Solving Equation Games & Activities

Solving EquationThis Focus on Solving Equations bundle consists of 31 solving equation games and activities included in the bundle designed to help students learn the concepts of algebra while showing them how to solve algebraic equations and expressions through solving basic equations, two-step equations and equations with variables on both sides.

Focus On Fractions

Focus ON Fractions50 Fraction Games and activites to Play With Your Students!!(These are not the same as the fraction games mentioned above) When teachers are asked to name a mathematical concept that is often difficult for students to grasp, what do you think their answer is? One concept that always surfaces as a road block in mathematical development is fractions. The teaching of FRACTIONS is a major bottleneck in mathematics education that can really slow students down. If they don’t grasp fractions, it can hinder their learning of future concepts.

Math Posters & Anchor Charts

Many teachers find my math posters/anchor charts to be immensely helpful. These are especially effective for establishing math vocabulary. They are consistent visual reminders. You get:

– 28 Fraction Charts and Fraction Posters with Cards for Students Math Journals
– 8 Place Value Posters/Anchor Charts with Cards for Students Math Journals
– 17 Multiply and Divide Posters/Anchor Charts with Cards for Students Math Journals
– 11 Addition & Subtraction Anchor Charts/Posters with Cards for Students Math Journals
– 18 Measurement = Math Poster/Anchor Chart with Cards for Students Math Journals
– 13 Integer Posters/Anchor Charts with Cards for Students Math Journals
(And More, actually there is 147 math poster and counting)

Decimal Place ValueThe “Decimal Place Value Chart” is very popular. You know that learning place value is tricky when you’re first trying to understand it. This poster is an eye-catching guide to teaching the idea behind the powers of ten. If you make it sturdy and laminate it, students can use dry erase markers to practice over and over again. We got another great idea from a teacher who purchased it. She made a full-sized anchor chart to display in the class and she also shrunk it to 85% for each student’s interactive notebook. One of the great things about this community of ours is how many great ideas get shared. Share yours!

Horse to fly, multiplyThe “Horse to Fly” trick is something I’ve had great success with teaching younger students the difference between multiplication and division. They visualize going from small to big and back the other way. The accompanying mnemonic poem goes:
“Horse to fly, multiply.
Fly to horse, divide, of course.”

One teacher said, “Love this! Nice and easy to understand and a great visual!”

Another math poster that’s very helpful for younger students is, “Key Words Used in Math Word Problems.” It displays dozens of words related to addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

Also included is a 24inch x 36inch (poster size) JPEG file, so you can get the actual poster printed. Just take to your local copy shop and have it printed in poster size.

So, at this point you would be right to think that getting over 500 math games, activities, posters and cards would be a steal at the low price of

Earlier, I mentioned that I have a special surprise that makes that deal even better. But, I like it so much I’m going to wait until the end to tell you about that one.

Monthly Math Newsletter

In the meantime, I want to share with you what I believe is the real secret to getting kids to fall in love with math. It’s not just math games. There’s something that we need to add to them. Yes, I love math games and I truly believe that kids learn much more quickly and effectively with the games and all the other things you’ll receive when you Buy My Entire Store!

But the secret sauce that makes students fall in love with math, like I did when I was a kid, is to have them play these math games with their parents; and other “big” people in their lives (grandparents, aunts and uncles, older siblings and cousins).

Parents want to be intimately involved in their children’s education. So, how can we make that happen?

MMLI’ve created “The Monthly Math Letter” to help answer this very question.

The math newsletter consists of a single-sheet double sided, easy-to-read newsletter that is filled with new ideas you give to parents to help them play the role that gives their children the “secret sauce” to loving math. We send you a black-line master that you photocopy and give to your students to take home. You can even personalize it with your own messages and school logo. If you like, make them think you made it yourself! We won’t tell.

So, let’s recap what you’ll get when you Buy My Entire Store.

ALL MATH2Every 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 of . 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.

Just about.

So, here is the real kicker I’ve been promising I would tell you about.

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.


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 math product I’ve ever made and ever will make, along with the math newsletter.

It truly is a gift that keeps on giving.

You are a passionate teacher. You love seeing your student’s face light up when they really get an idea, and they are delighted and grateful for the gift you’ve given them.

Give them, and yourself, that gift right now.

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Nancy“I was concerned about the price and how much I might use these games for my classroom. I was pleasantly surprised at how well I was able to incorporate these games in to my classroom time. They are very easy to set up and use. Yes, I would recommend this product as a way for students to have fun and learn at the same time… often without realizing that is happening.”

Nancy Henson – San Antonio TX, High School Special Education Math

And Thank you!

P.S. – ALSO if you have already purchased something from me in the past (over $25), just contact me and I’ll send you a special link, that will take into account your past purchases!!!