Family Math Games
Family Math Game Night K-12
Family Math Game Night is a simple, inexpensive, fun way for students from kindergarten through high school to practice estimation skills and number facts.
Domino Math for young children involves addition and subtraction; while advanced students play multiplication and division games or experiment with equations.
Young children use domino sets with 0-6 or 0-10 dots per tile; advanced students use domino sets with 0-15 dots per tile. No two games are alike, which keeps Domino Math fun and exciting.
We provide the dominos and instructions for domino math and other games, such as, KenKen, Sudoku and paper-based computer coding games similar to those at the Night of Code. Students in grades 7+ can volunteer to help younger children learn the math games.
While enjoying the game night, find out about other AB PIP STEM events, such as Market Math and Star Parties.
At Home Activities
Domino Math Instructions
KenKen + Sudoku Rules
Cards + Dice + Other Games
Family Math Games at Sargent Library in Boxboro
Volunteers Help Young Students with Math Games
Student and Parent Involvement