Category: 6th Grade

6th Grade Smartboard Games – Math, Reading, ELA, Science, Social Studies Games for the Smartboard


  • Integer Review Jeopardy Game – Math

    Practice you knowledge of integers by playing Jeopardy on the Smartboard. The categories include adding integers, subtracting integers, multiplying integers and dividing integers. An integer is a whole number that can be positive or negative. Directions: First, choose the number of teams and assign each team a name and character. To begin playing the first […]

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  • Reducing Fractions Game – Math

    Practice identifying fractions in their lowest terms. A fraction is in lowest terms when the numerator and denominator are divided by the largest possible number. ¬†Directions: Pick Game 1 or 2. In game one you will be given a visual representation of the fractions and game 2 will just show the fraction itself. Choose relaxed […]

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  • Measuring Angles Game – Math

    Use the Smartboard with this tutorial and question set to learn all about angles. Learn about intersecting lines, ray, vertex, arc, types of angles and how to measure angles using a protractor. Directions: Click go to begin a tutorial on angles. Click the green arrow to advance to the next part. When the tutorial is […]

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  • Mean, Median, Mode, Range Game – Math

    This entertaining game is perfect for the Smartboard or students individual computer time to reinforce the concepts of mean, median, mode and range. The mean is an average of a set of numbers, the median is the middle number, the mode is the number that appears most frequently and the range is the difference between […]

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  • Ordering Fractions and Decimals Game – Math

    Use this interactive activity along with the Smartboard or during students individual computer time to practice the skill of ordering fractions and decimals together on the same number line. Ordering fractions and decimals is important because it helps us see the relationship between them. Directions:¬† You will be given a combination of fractions and decimals […]

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