## Category: Kindergarten Math

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!

• # Ordering Numbers 1-100 Game – Math

Use the Smatboard along with this interactive math activity to practice placing numbers 1-100 in the correct order from smallest to largest. Ordering numbers is an important skill to master before beginning to compare numbers, it helps us identify which numbers  have a greater or lower place value than others. Directions: Click play to begin. […]

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• # Pictorial Patterns Game – Math

Use the Smartboard to identify, duplicate and extend simple pictorial linear patterns. Patterns are things that are arranged by following a rule or rules. Use the Smartboard to have students interactively identify what comes next in a pattern,  to find the missing piece of a pattern and to identify the repeating part of a pattern. Directions: […]

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• # Addition and Subtraction with Numbers 1-10 Game – Math

In this fun and interactive Smartboard game explore addition and subtraction with numbers 1 thought 10. Addition is the process of putting quantities together for a sum and subtraction is the process of taking a quantity away from the whole. Directions: Display the game on the Smartboard and click on the hotel door to enter. […]

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• # Measurement Game – Math

Play this math game on the Smartboard to practice problems using descriptive words.   Students will learn the language used when comparing sizes of similar objects.  An example is small, smaller, smallest. Directions:  Click on play and listen to the question.  Choose the right answer by clicking on the picture. Play

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• # Counting Game – Math

Count by 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 or 9s on the Smartboard in this fun math game! Students can count by different numbers. This allows students to learn number relationships, number patterns and multiplication. Directions: Select what number you would like to count by. You can select from 1-9. After, select the number that comes next next to complete […]

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