Create Your Own Math Board Game (DIGITAL & PRINTABLE)

Create Your Own Math Board Game (DIGITAL & PRINTABLE)

Can be used for 2nd – 6th, Homeschool students.

Includes: PDF, 10 pages

*This resource now includes both print and digital versions!

This resource includes all directions necessary for students to complete their very own math board game. Students will work together in groups (or alone ) to choose a math topic that has been studied during the year (this is left blank for you to fill in depending on your grade level). Then students are asked to create a theme, write instructions to solve the types of problems on the board game, complete game instructions, create a game board, and design game pieces for play. This is excellent for a cumulative review to a unit or an end of the year project. It is also a fun and collaborative way for students to work in groups or at home and review math topics. I have provided feedback slips for students to write to the game designers (print version), as well as a grading rubric, if you wish to use. This resource also includes some example board game pictures just in case your students need some inspiration! 🙂

Other similar math projects to this are available in my store:

Create Your Own Dream House Project – Using Area & Perimeter

Create Your Own Geometry Book

Cookie Jar Measurement & Fraction Gift Project

*This project is not editable at this time.


Terms of Use – Copyright © Monica Abarca. This resource is intended for classroom and personal use and is to be used only by the original downloader (one teacher), unless additional licenses are purchased. Additional licenses may be purchased by the original buyer at a discount by going to the “My Purchases” tab on TPT. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, school, or uploading to a school server/website is strictly prohibited. This product may not be distributed or displayed digitally for public view, this also includes using any part of this resource on You Tube for student videos. Failure to comply is a copyright infringement and a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). Fonts and clipart found in this resource are copyrighted and may not be used without permission or obtaining a license from the original author. All rights belong to Monica Abarca.

My students really enjoyed working together on creating their virtual math games. This resource gave them all the steps they needed!

I didn’t teach it as effectively the first time. The students loved it, but I feel I will need to give them more guidance and fewer options next time.


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