2nd Grade

Online Games

Ten Frame Game

The four games that can be played with this applet help to develop counting and addition skills.

 

Math Lines Addition

Students select a target number between 10-20 and find missing addends to make the target number.

 

Adventure Man and the Counting Quest

Students use their knowledge of skip counting and multiples to complete quests.

 

Base Ten Bingo

Students play Bingo to practice counting by  1’s, 10’s, 100’s, and 1,000’s.

 

Target Sum

Adding multi-digit whole numbers - a great visual model connecting Number Line hops to adding!

 

Deep Sea Duel

Adding strings of addends.

Sum of All Dice

Students practice skills including subitizing, counting all, counting on, and addition by finding the sum of all the dice.

 

Roll to the Finish

Students practice addition and roll their way to the finish in a race against Snake Eyes, the dice tossing robot.

 

Number Grid Fireworks

Students develop an understanding of patterns and number relationships by exploring a number grid to help the monkey find the fireworks.

 

Blast Off! Numerical Order

Students blast off and practice skip counting by 2s, 5s and 10s.

 

Pop the Penguin and the Place Value Race

Students use their knowledge of place value to help the penguin win the race.

 

Coin Box

Students count, collect, exchange, and make change for coins.

 

Home Material Games

Close to 1000    

Students use their knowledge of addition, place value, and strategic thinking to try to get as close to 1,000 as possible.

Close to 1,000 Video Demo

 

Digit Place

Students use their knowledge of addition, place value, and deductive reasoning to determine what the secret two-digit number is.

Digit Place Video Demo

 

Get to Zero

Students practice subtraction within 1,000 as they race to get to zero.

 

Greatest Difference Wins

Students build procedural fluency with subtraction by finding the difference between 2-digit numbers or 3-digit numbers. 
 

Greatest Sum Wins

Students build procedural fluency with addition by finding the sum of  2-digit numbers or 3-digit numbers. 

Video Demo of Greatest Sum Wins   

 

Practice

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Tasks

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