Category: 3rd Grade Math

3rd Grade Math Smartboard Games – Introduction to Fractions, Multiplication, Division, Fractions, Greater than – Less than – Equal to, Equivalent Fractions, Number Line, Counting Money, Measuring with a Ruler, Adding Fractions – Play these fun, interactive and free Math games on the Smartboard!

  • Counting Money Game – Math

    Use the Smartboard with this interactive activity on counting money. Practice counting money using and combination of bills and coins or choose to count using the least amount of bills and coins. Count as low as one cent to one hundred dollars. Directions: Choose level 1,2 or 3 and then select ‘beginner go’ or ‘expert […]

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  • Telling Time Game – Math

    Use the Smartboard to practice the skill of telling time and elapsed time with this fun and interactive game. Elapsed time is the amount of time that goes by while an event is occurring. Directions: Click play to choose the difficulty level to play on. Select challenge for figuring out elapsed time questions. Click the […]

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  • Number Line Activity – Math

    Use the Smartboard along with this interactive lesson on number lines. A number line is lines with evenly spaced intervals. Number lines help show us how number relate to each other. Directions: Press step by step to begin the lesson. Navigate through this interactive lesson Using the next and show me buttons to see steps […]

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  • Equivalent Fractions Game – Math

    Utilize the Smartboard to learn about equivalent fractions. Equivalent fractions are two fractions that represent the same value but look different. Multiplying the numerator and denominator by the same number is one way to make an equivalent fractions. Directions: Click on the sun to begin. Click and drag the fractions that best represent the pictures. […]

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  • Greater Than, Less Than, Equal To Game – Math

    Practice the math concept of greater than, less than or equal to in the exciting Smartboard game. We use the symbols >, < and = to show if amounts are larger, smaller, or equal to another amount. Practice with single digit number, addition problems and subtraction problems. Directions: Choose your character out of several famous […]

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