This bundle of math games is full of 4 different and engaging math digital activities. Use them for center time, bell work, partner work, review, and more! Students can use these at home with distance learning, or in the classroom!
#1 Digital Escape Room on Google Slides
This is a fun Google Slides escape room that reviews key concepts for 2nd grade! Students will practice counting money and solving word problems involving money . Your class will enjoy the leprechaun theme. Use it with your virtual or in-person class. Great for the month of March and leading up to St. Patrick’s Day.
There are 18 escapes. Students will click and drag number tiles, click and drag Valentine objects, put puzzles together, use a magnifying glass, and more! This is very interactive and engaging. Not only is it educational, it is simple to figure out and play for students. Students can play individually, with a partner, or small group. Use it during school in class, for distance learning, as a center activity, or to review for a test. Your students will be begging for more once they play!
The game is provided in both a Google Slides and PowerPoint format!
Escape rooms are a great way to get students working together, solving problems, and reviewing concepts they have learned in class.
#2 Hidden Picture Tiles
This product works great for distance learning, or in a classroom. Engage your students with a fun math review game on Google Slides. Students will simply click and drag the correct answer to match the question. These are great for the month of March and the days leading up to St. Patrick’s Day. Students will practice adding up to 4 2-digit numbers, as well as adding and subtracting with 3-digit numbers.
This activity is self-grading, because students will create a picture, if completed correctly. Don’t worry about copies, wasting printer ink, grading work, or students doing busy work with this meaningful Google Slides review exercise.
There are 15 secret pictures included. Assign them throughout the entire month of March!
These hidden pictures can be used on any device! They are completely digital, and created on Google Slides.
Make math fun with these engaging St. Patrick’s Day math activities. Perfect for center time, bell work, self-starters, early finishers, exit tickets, review, and so much more!
#3 Math Decoding
This is a fun, educational, and easy to learn digital activity. Provided in both a PowerPoint AND Google Slides format, it works with distance learning and in-classroom learning. Whether you are teaching in a virtual classroom or physical one, use these math decoding slides to reinforce adding with up to four 2-digit numbers, and adding and subtracting with 3-digit numbers. The questions are all based on Common Core standards for 2nd grade.
These are perfect for the month of March and leading up to St. Patrick’s Day. With this activity, students will drag and drop the numbers to decode the secret times. This game is to be played in edit mode, not presentation mode. These slides can be used on any device.
Make math fun with this engaging St. Patrick’s Day themed math activity. It is perfect for center time, bell work, self-starts, early finishers, exit tickets. math review, test prep, and more!
#4 Find the Gold Review Game
Try this fun St. Patrick’s Day themed math game with your 2nd grade students today! Created in Google Slides, it is a no-prep activity. This game can be played virtually with distance learning, or in the classroom. Use it for centers, rotations, bell work, exit tickets, homework, test review, and more! Play as a whole class, in small groups, or even individually.
Students will practice adding 3-digit numbers and subtracting 3-digit numbers. As students click on the pots, they will either find a leprechaun with gold or without gold. A leprechaun with gold means they can continue on to the next question. An leprechaun without gold means they must try again. This game is self-grading, because as students play, they will know right away if they got the answer correct or not.
An answer key and instructions to play are provided. This game is created in Google Slides. There are 25 questions included.
The game is very user-friendly, and your students will be able to pick it up quickly. Students MUST play this in “Present” mode.