Category: 2nd Grade Math

2nd Grade Math Smartboard Games – Greater Than and Less Than, Bar Graph, Counting, Money and Coins, Analog Clock and Time, Place Value to the Thousands, Analog Clocks, Making Change, Addition and Subtraction, Multiples, Base Ten Blocks, Learning Coins – Play these fun, interactive and free Math games on the Smartboard!



  • Place Value Game – Math

    Practice your place value skills using the Smartboard. Place value is the value of a digit depending on its position in the number. Directions: To begin, select your difficulty level and to play with numerals or place values. In numeral mode you will be given a number written in words and it is your job […]

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  • Time Telling Game – Math

    Practice your time telling skills on the Smartboard. This interactive activity allows students to manipulate the hour and minute hands of a clock. Directions: Select either an analog or digital clock to begin the game. A time will be given at the top of the screen. Drag the hands of the clock or use the […]

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  • Learning Coins Activity – Math

    Learn about money on the Smartboard with this interactive activity. Learn how to write coin amounts, what on the back of each coin, which president is on each coin, and practice sorting coins and combining coins to make one dollar. Directions: Navigate through the lesson portion on coins by clicking the green arrow. Then, Sort […]

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  • Base Ten Blocks Game – Math

    Use the Smartboard with the interactive activity using virtual base ten blocks. Use the base ten blocks to make numbers. Base ten blocks help us when learning place value, addition and subtraction. Directions: CHoose your game  mode and click go to begin. Read and Make: Make the number you are given by dragging the base […]

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  • Identifying Multiples of 2 and 3 Game – Math

    Practice the skill of recognizing multiples of 2 and 3 on the Smartboard with this game. A multiple is the product of a given number and an integer. (ex. 3 X 2 =6, six is a multiple of 3.) You can also find multiples by skip counting. Directions: Click play to begin and enter your […]

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