2nd grade math games
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Grab a TON of FREE Math Mania Games to strengthen your students' addition & subtraction! Snag easy printable math games for 1st & 2nd grade!
Danielle Bryant saved to 1st Grade
FREEBIE! Print and use math center. Three different ways to play for number recognition, identifying odd/even numbers and place value skills!
Jen Tate Mills saved to This Teacher Has Class
Math games are a fun way to for kids review math skills in kindergarten and first grade. Play these classic games with a deck of card or dice at home or in school. The games practice number recognition, number sequence, addition, subtraction and more. Kids in 1st grade and 2nd grade will have so much fun, they won't realize they are learning! #MathGames #KindergartenMath #FirstGrade Math #PrimaryDelight
Vanesa Wong saved to TpT Math Lessons
7 Simple Math Card Games - I love quick, simple math games and a pack of cards can be so versatile. #mathcardgames #additiongames #mathgames
becky klein saved to School math
Addition to 100 Card Game - this is such a fun, simple to play math game for first grade and 2nd grade to make practicing math facts fun
BOOM! Sink the ships in this free printable, Hundreds Chart Battleship math game to help kindergarteners counting with 100s chart.
Fact Fluency Friday is a meaningful way to start Fridays with your students. It gives them a chance to practice their math facts with friends using games!
GoTeachKids saved to Math: Addition & Subtraction
Looking for easy prep materials that can be used again and again? Here's a set of 15 second grade spring math games that are great for school or home! They're a fun way to keep addition, subtraction, and place value skills sharp, with the extra learning bonus of strategic thinking! Just one page each, with no cards to print. All games come in both color and blackline. Click to download a free game! #DistanceLearningTpT
Activities to Practice Counting Coins 5 comments Freebies, math, math games, Money Money is one of my favorite math topics. Maybe it's because it lends itself so easily to hands-on learning. In second grade, most of the money activities we do are centered around counting combinations of coins. Rather than spend a few weeks covering this skill and then moving on, I make a point of revisiting it as often as I possibly can throughout the school year. Here are a few of my go to activities. Be…
Julie Kelley saved to daily 5 math