Android users: In this game, kids use math facts to fight off an invasion of zombies. Different levels allow students to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts with increasing difficulty.
A variety of creative activities is listed in this post. Many of the activities are hands-on and encourage active learning. Students can commit math facts to memory by engaging in these easy-to-implement math fact activities.
Math facts can be fun! This blog describes five other ways besides flash cards for children to learn their math facts. Each activity is simple to plan and execute and offers students an alternative to flash cards to learn their facts.
Traditional flash cards can be replaced by subitizing and array cards to build mathematical fluency in multiplication. The purpose is for students to actually understand the math facts instead of simply memorizing them without comprehension. A link to the actual cards for your own use is provided.