Addition File Folder Game for Elementary Math Fun (Free Printable)


This free printable addition file folder game can help your children practice their addition math facts while matching the cute backpacks with books. File folder games can offer fun and inexpensive hands-on learning, especially in the early years of learning basic skills.

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Addition File Folder Game

I’m always glad to find a way to make math more delightful for my daughters. Games are a great way to do that!

This free printable addition file folder game is obviously a great way to save money and teach math facts in a simple and fun way. You just print, cut, and learn! You can also laminate the pieces to make them last longer if you prefer.

I have used file folder games for years to teach basic skills like math facts. They’re similar to lapbooks, which is a creative learning activity my daughters have always enjoyed.

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File Folder Game Supplies

What supplies do you need to make a file folder game? Not many! They’re probably already things you have around the house right now. Here’s the list:

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Want a handy way to store your file folder games and lapbooks? You might want to try these hanging file folder organizers to save space!

File folder games are a fun and easy way to practice or review many of the skills you cover in your homeschool. Math file folder games are some of our favorites. I hope you enjoy this simple and fun math file folder game with your children!

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One Comment

  1. I wonder if you can advise me?  I have a friend in upstate NY and I live in CA, so I cannot be much help hands-on, but she is bipolar and her oldest son is probably autistic.  Do you know of any homeschooling groups and resources for such a specialized need?

    Thank you.

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