The old-fashioned method of solving problems from a textbook was not getting the job done at Hanover-Horton Elementary School.

So the school took a new approach to math education Wednesday – games.

Take a look at how Hanover-Horton Elementary School students are using board game to improve math skills.

This Michigan school is typical of most elementary schools – they are looking for ways to energize their math curriculum and engage their students. Math games are an enormously effective way of doing both.

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