Mirthful Mathematics: 10 Math Card Games

Play these games to develop your third grader's math skills.

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Prediction: A Division Card Game

Try this fun math card game with your third grader to practice division, addition, and problem solving!
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Quick Stop: An Addition Card Game

This fun, addition focused take on the classic card game War is a great way to help your child get a strong hold on addition.
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Probability Card Game

Being able to guess the likelihood of an event is a useful skill. Discuss probability with your kid as you play this fun math card game!
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Diamond Draw

This fun math card game is a great opportunity to discuss probability with your third grader.
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Come Closer: A Card Game

What's your problem? I'll show you my math if you show me yours! Critical thinking and computation skills are the focus of this strategic math card game.
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Give Me a Clue

Play a math logic and critical thinking game using a deck of cards. Use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division in this fun activity.
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Half As Much

Sharing can be a challenge, and division doubly so! Practice halving numbers in this competitive card game.
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Measurement Conversion Game

Practice conversions within the metric system in this fun math card game for third graders.
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