Turning Noneducational Games into Learning Fun! examples: jenga multiplication facts, twister, and a racing game using lanyards
fraction flowers out of paper plates & printable fraction circles
This activity can help children with angles. Instead of measuring angles on paper, this can illustrate angles into a read life demonstration. This is active learning because as children close the door the angle changes and they can now measure it.
My First Grade Backpack: Fabulous Fractions! - I could modify this for whole notes, half notes, quarter notes, and eighth notes. I think dotted lines could be added to show the fraction below.