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    Math Graphing Games for Homeschoolers

    Math Games and Fun For Homeschoolers







    Math Graphing Games

    Mermaid's Treasure Graphing GameEveryone learns in their own unique way and timing.  Some of us learn by doing, others by observing, still others by listening, reading and so on.  Graphing is a cool way to present information in a visual way.  From newspapers to cookbooks, magazines to mail flyers, graphs are everywhere.  There are many different types of graphs - bar graphs, line graphs, pictographs, area graphs, pie graphs and XY graphs.  Graphing is not only fun but very important for children because it gives them a chance to learn that one thing can represent another.  Why is this so important?  Simple, in order to create adults who can stand strong in their faith and be independent thinkers for God's glory, they must first start out as children creating and honing these skills of interpreting information.  Graphing helps us to be able to assimilate data to make logical conclusions.  Plus, using graphs can be fun.

    We hope you enjoy using the games we created to help begin this process of reading and understanding information with our own children.  We hope your fun in learning goes off the charts!

    Happy Harvest Graphing Math Game

    Happy Harvest Graphing Game Pieces


    Happy Harvest Graphing Math Game

    Age:  Wee+

    Focus:  Using a bar graph


    Use simple graphing of fall produce game pieces to teach children how to use a bar graph.  Simply print out sheets, cut apart and you are ready to go.  Each game requires ten turns to complete play.  Graph rows include 10 spaces each.  Three items are used.  Print out one game set per player.





    Autumn Harvest Graphing Math Game

    Autumn Harvest Graphing Game Pieces

    Autumn Harvest Graphing Math Game

    Age:  Elem+

    Focus:  Using a bar graph


    Use simple graphing of autumn themed playing pieces to teach children to use a bar graph.  Simply print out sheets, cut apart and you are ready to go.  Five items are used and thirty turns are required to complete a game.  Print out one game set per player.




    Mermaid Treasure Hunt Tally Sheet

    Mermaid Treasure Hunt Math Game

    The Mermaids' Treasure Tally Sheet
    The Mermaids' Treasure Hunt No.3
    The Mermaids' Treasure Hunt No.4

    Age: Wee-Elem

    Focus:  Simple addition, addition fact families, pictograph 

    Help the mermaids collect ocean treasures when you correctly practice adding simple sums based on specific numbers.  Cut out pieces, glue them together, attach a paperclip and fish with a pole and magnet.  Talk about learning fun!! Any treasure you catch and can correctly answer is kept.  Play part two of the game by keeping track of the treasures collected by graphing them with tally marks in a very simple pictograph style - one tally represents one treasure.  1-4 players, co-operative or competitive play versions.




    Math Cowboy Counters Graphing Sheet

    Cowboy Themed Math Counter Set

    Cowboy Themed Math Counter Set

    Themed Counters - Cowboys Graphing Sheet

    Themed Counters - Cowboys w/ White Background

    Themed Counters - Cowboys w/Coloured Background

    Age:  Multi

    Focus:  Using a bar graph, Numbers from 0-100, Even & Odd Numbers, Math symbols: +  -    =  <  >


    Use these counter sets to help your kids learn about numerals, number order, odds and evens or use in conjunction with the provided math symbols.

    Use with one player and parental direction to put mixed up cards in order from 1-100 playing against a timer or to find all the numbers divisible by 2, 5, 10 etc..

    Use both sets provided for 2 player games - 1 set per player.  Play traditional games like Speed, War, Go Fish, Concentration or other 2 player flipping games such as:  Who has a higher number? Who has lower number?  Who has the lowest prime number?  Flip two cards at a time for:  Who has the highest sum?  Who has the lowest sum?  Who has the highest product?  Who has the lowest product? 

    As an added bonus, players can take cards from their winning piles (or even just a handful of cards) and graph the pictures on the cards using the graphing card provided.  How many bags of gold did you win?  How many sheriffs are in your pile? etc.  This requires players to pay attention to the details of the graphics and best of all, it's fun.  Laminate the graphing card and kids can use it with even a simple crayon and wipe it off when game play is complete.

    These sets can be used for quite a long time considering the numerals, symbols, pictures and two set play option.  Separating sets is easy too, just use the background to give them distinction and then store in a sandwich bag.






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