I'm in my last term of student teaching first-level (Interactive Mathematics Program I and II, plus a 'Math Recovery' project class) and looking for games or activities for my students that are FUN!

Many don't enjoy Math Bingo or the 24 card game, I'm afraid, and a lot of them really despise Sudoku puzzles, so I'm hoping to find some alternatives. Any suggestions are welcome!

I've got a mix of several different ethnicities (Hispanic, White, Old-Russian, Asian) and am weighted more towards a lower SES strata with a number of kids of migrant farm workers, so trying to find drills and activities that match my skill and interest levels is always tough.

Thanks in advance for the advice, suggestions and the like!

Orion

Well there are Kakuro puzzles but if they don't like sudoku…

I am not sure if the site contains programs for 9t hand 10th graders, but check out MISTM Math Portal–it's pretty cool. I am a student just finishing Junior high that is usually bored in math class, and even I think MISTM is fun!

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Well there are Kakuro puzzles but if they don't like sudoku…

I am not sure if the site contains programs for 9t hand 10th graders, but check out MISTM Math Portal–it's pretty cool. I am a student just finishing Junior high that is usually bored in math class, and even I think MISTM is fun!

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