Kindergarten Math Smartboard Games – Number Bonds, Measurement, Counting, Addition, Subtraction, Counting by Ones, Pictorial Patterns, Addition and Subtraction to 10, Ordering Numbers 1-100, Addition and Subtraction to 9, Addition with Manipulatives, Addition and Counting – Play these fun, interactive and free Math games on the Smartboard!
Counting up is an essential foundational skill. Students need to be able to count up before learning to add. Directions: Select numbers up to 5, 10, or 15. After, drag and drop the cupcakes to show the number. PlayContinue Reading... Comments Off on Counting Up – Math
Number bonds allow students to see equal amounts. Number bonds also allow students to see the relationship between numbers. Directions: Look at the pairs and select same or different. You can also bring up a picture to help. PlayContinue Reading... Comments Off on Number Bonds to 10 – Math
Practice addition skills on the Smartboard. Addition is when we add two amounts together to find a sum, or answer. Directions: Select a level depending on which addition facts you want to practice. Now add up the shoes each ladybug has. The amount of shoes is shown numerically and in picture form. After you find […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Simple Addition Game – Math
Practice your addition skills on the Smartboard. Use this interactive activity that includes manipulatives to actively engage students. Manipulatives are visual aides that help students see a concrete representation of an amount. Directions: Answer the addition questions asked by the pirate. Use the colored marbles at the bottom as manipulatives to help add the numbers. […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Addition with Manipulatives Game – Math
Use the Smartboard to practice sequencing numbers in ascending numerical order. Ascending numerical order is arranging numbers from smallest to largest. Directions: Arrange the numbers in numerical order from smallest to largest. Drag and drop numbers into the white boxes above the mixed up numbers. After you complete a set correctly a new set of […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Numerical Order Game – Math